As if to make our guests visiting from Seattle and the east coast feel at home, mother nature sprinkled Super Bowl fans with winter weather.
"Nah it's nothing... I spent the last two days shoveling snow, so this is balmy," said Chris McGee.
The wet weather did not dampen the excitement at Super Bowl Central in downtown Phoenix or any of the outdoor events across the valley.
Performers at the DirecTV Super Fan Festival played through the rain, and fans at the outdoor concert did not seem to mind either.
"I was hoping it was going to rain because I'm going to be dancing my face off, this is going to mask my sweat, I'm loving it," said Devin Hill.
The boys from Magic turned up the heat at the venue with their red suits and a personal serenade.
However, leaving the concert got a little messy. We're told dozens of people ended up stuck because the dirt parking lot got too muddy.
Tow trucks were called in and some people said it took them at least two hours to get out of the lot.
Workers spent hours helping concert goers get out.
We're told that no cars had to be towed off sight.
Parties and concerts on Friday night will all go on despite the rain. At this point, it's supposed to be dry and sunny for Super Bowl Sunday.