Updated weather forecast for Steelers vs. Bills wild card game

Just as New York Governor Kathy Hochul wanted, the weather conditions at Highmark Stadium should free up the passing game for Josh Allen to do Josh Allen things. The Pittsburgh Steelers‘ defense just needs to minimize it.

Mason Rudolph has yet to be tested by a top-10 defense, but hopefully, Mason Rudolph can do Mason Rudolph things, too.

According to the Weather Channel, the percentage for precipitation will be widdled down to 11 percent with mostly cloudy skies. Southwest winds are forecasted at 10 miles per hour, putting the feels-like temperature around five degrees.

For comparison, the miserable weather for the Kansas City Chiefs-Miami Dolphins — negative four degrees (record for coldest game at Arrowhead) and whipping 25-mile-per-hour winds — didn’t keep Patrick Mahomes and Tua Tagovailoa from slinging it for 461 total yards.

So, it’ll be an even playing field, just as the (in)convenient delay was meant to do.

Thanks, New York.

Now, Steelers — do your thing!

Story originally appeared on Steelers Wire