The NFL is prepared for a potential weather-related debacle when New York hosts what is being billed as the first outdoor, cold-weather Super Bowl, at MetLife Stadium next February.

Bitterly cold temperatures and/or plenty of snow could make everything involved with pro football’s biggest event a headache. Now, Major League Baseball has potential weather-related issue brewing, from the opposite end of the temperature spectrum, for its All-Star Game festivities next week at Citi Field.

The extended forecast calls for temperatures in the low- to mid-90s on both Monday (night of the Home Run Derby) and Tuesday, when the All-Star Game will be played. As of Saturday afternoon, weather.com says 94 for a high on Monday (with a chance of isolated thunderstorms) and 93 on Tuesday.