Omar Villafranca, NBCDFW.com
After a week of sleet and snow, fans took advantage of the break in the weather to enjoy the Super Bowl experience in Sundance Square.
Despite the sleet, ice and snow, there still is a game to be played on Sunday.
And fans are starting to forget about the miserable weather.
"My fingertips, I can't feel them. I can't feel my toes, " said a black-and-yellow-clad Gabriel Moore.
Moore drove three hours from Lufkin to Sundance Square just to be part of the Super Bowl festivities.
"I had to come through the sleet and the rain, sleet, snow just to get down here and be
a part of the Steeler nation, " Moore said.
The men from Rensselaer, Ind., just northwest of Indianapolis, said their flights were bumped around, but they are happy to be in North Texas for the Super Bowl.
"I'm 52 years old. I can't wait for them to win it again. We're here. We can check it off our bucket list when we get home," Torbet said.