That chill the New York Jets feel Saturday in Pittsburgh won't be coming just from the Steelers' Terrible Towel-waving fans. The National Weather Service is predicting a dramatic late-week weather change that will drop gametime temperatures into the teens, with partly cloudy skies and a wind chill of minus-5. Highs of 60 are predicted Wednesday and Thursday -- or about 25 degrees above average for January in Pittsburgh -- before a cold wave arrives early Friday morning. The weather was more seasonable, 34 degrees with a moderate wind, when the Jets lost 17-6 in Pittsburgh on Dec. 12.
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