This probably won’t be known as “Ice Bowl II,” since temperatures are not expected to dip below 32 degrees in Arrowhead Stadium.
That 1967 NFL championship game between Green Bay and Dallas in Lambeau Field kicked off amid temperatures of minus-15 degrees with a wind chill that made it feel like minus-48. As referee Norm Schachter blew his metal whistle to signal the start of play, it froze to his lips.
But weather already has played a factor in the Steelers-Chiefs game, with kickoff pushed back more than seven hours because of a storm that is predicted to dump as much as half an inch of ice on the Kansas City area early Sunday.
The NFL cited “public safety...