3:40 p.m. ET update: A second weather delay has been called for the Steelers-Cardinals game with 7:18 left in the third quarter.
Update: The Steelers-Cardinals game is officially set to resume at 3:20 p.m. ET, the team announced.
The second half of Steelers-Cardinals is being halted due to a weather delay.
Fans in Acrisure Stadium were told to seek cover because of lightning in the area. Heavy rain began falling in the second quarter, which turned into a thunderstorm just before the first half wrapped with Trey McBride catching a touchdown from Kyler Murray to put the Cardinals up 10-3.
The scoreboard at Acrisure Stadium tells everyone to take cover because lightning and severe conditions are expected. We'll see, but there is a chance this second half does not start on time.— Nick Farabaugh (@FarabaughFB) December 3, 2023
The Steelers have outgained the Cardinals 161-135 thus far, but a 99-yard touchdown drive by the Cardinals put them on top. This came off of a failed fourth down attempt by the Steelers from the one-yard line. Linebacker Elandon Roberts went down on the ensuing drive, and the Cardinals took advantage of the middle of the field, leading to the touchdown.
The Steelers have dealt with injuries to quarterback Kenny Pickett and left guard Isaac Seumalo, as well this afternoon. It could be Mitch Trubisky under center for the rest of the game.