Updated weather report for Bills vs. Steelers AFC Wild Card game (January 14)

It's going to be just a bit chilly...
AFC Divisional Playoffs - Cincinnati Bengals v Buffalo Bills
AFC Divisional Playoffs - Cincinnati Bengals v Buffalo Bills / Timothy T Ludwig/GettyImages

The Buffalo Bills overcame a rough middle portion of the season to win the AFC East and now they'll get to host a game over Super Wild Card Weekend. The game against the Steelers will just be a little later than originally planned after heavy snowfall forced the game to be delayed until 4:30 p.m. on Monday.

Bills vs. Steelers weather forecast

As of this writing, The Weather Channel shows 1-3 inches of snow in the forecast for Monday, with a daytime high of 21 degrees. However, 19 mph wind will lead to blustery conditions for the teams and fans alike.

So not only is it going to be below freezing but there's a solid chance that snow will constantly be falling during the game as well. Last year the Bills played a snowy game in the playoffs and it didn't end well for them, as the Cincinnati Bengals bounced out of Highmark Stadium with a blowout win.

Hopefully this time around is a better result for the Bills. No one is playing better football right now than the Buffalo Bills so let's hope they can demolish the Steelers and advance to the divisional round for another snow game.