The roof of the Metrodome collapsed after 17 inches of snow fell in Minneapolis Saturday, part of a blizzard that hit the Midwest over the weekend, CNN reported.
The 64,000-seat stadium caved in, moving the Minnesota Vikings game with the New York Giants from Monday at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan, the NFL said in a statement Sunday.
Travel in Minnesota, western Wisconsin and parts of the Dakotas, has been difficult to impossible, the Washington Post reported.
Snow drifts from 3 feet to 6 feet high have been reported around the Twin Cities, after the fifth biggest snow on record, the Washington Post reported.
"That snow isn't going anywhere anytime soon-no thaws in sight through Christmas Day," Meteorologist Paul Douglas at the Star Tribune said in a storm recap
A video of the Metrodome collapsing can be seen here.