Here’s an updated look at this weekends games!
Remember the code… green means problems unlikely, orange means problems are possible, and red means problems are likely. Problems could be anything from a rain delay to postponement for any game in the series.
New York @ Boston: FSday Sunday Night
Washington @ New York: FSday
Texas @ Baltimore: FS
The nicest stretch of springtime weather will great players and fans
this weekend, as widespread sunshine and a significant warm up are
expected. Daytime games Saturday and Sunday could see temperatures in
low or even mid 80s in New York, and perhaps even into the low 80s in
Boston Saturday. Nighttime affairs will see temps back into the 60s all
three nights (except upper 50s on Friday night). Perfect early
Minnesota @ Cleveland: FS
Atlanta @ Cincinnati: FSday
Great weather is also expected here for the weekend. Nighttime temps on
Friday will be in the upper 50s to low 60s in Cleveland and low 60s or
better in Cincinnati. Saturday night will be in the mid 60s in
Cleveland. Saturday and Sunday afternoons will be splendid. Expect low
to mid 80s Saturday in Cincy and low 80s Sunday in both cities.
Philly @ Florida: FS
Florida weather expected, with nothing more than a couple showers and
warm temperatures. Best chance for any showers would be on Sunday.
Milwaukee @ Houston: FS
looks likely that the roof could stay open, but humidity will be
slightly uncomfortable at times. Highs will be in the 80s, with
sunshine for the weekend.
Chicago @ St. Louis: FSday
Toronto @ Chicago: FS
I’m not seeing any problems for Friday or Saturday. However, I would
keep a watchful eye on Sunday. As a cold front begins to approach the
area, it could set off some showers or storms, beginning in the early
afternoon. Delays wouldn’t be out of the question if this happens, but
experience would suggest that the system moves slower than forecasted,
thus preventing any problems. But stay tuned. Nighttime temps in the
60s, with daytime highs in the low 80s, perhaps mid 80s Saturday in St.
Detroit @ KC: FS
situation here is about on par with St. Louis and Chicago. However,
given that Kansas City is further west, they do have better odds at
being closer to the system that will bring scattered showers and
thunderstorms, primarily on Sunday to the Plains. Keep an eye on this
one as we get closer Temperatures should hold firm in the 60s for night
games, perhaps low 70s at First Pitch, and upper 70s to low 80s
depending on how much cloud cover there is, on Sunday.
LAD @ Colorado: FS
a couple showers possible here. Game temps generally in the 50s Friday,
50s falling to the 40s Saturday and low to mid 60s Sunday afternoon.
San Fran @ Arizona: FS
would assume they could keep the roof open for this one. Temps in the
70s and 60s Friday and Saturday, with highs only in the mid 80s on
Sunday. It should be clear. Only concern could be some excessive wind
at times, especially Friday night and/or Saturday night.
Pittsburgh @ San Diego: FS
clouds and patchy fog will be the rule Friday and Saturday nights. Some
patchy drizzle isn’t out of the question. Temperatures will be cooler
than they have been recently. Nighttime readings in the upper 50s to
low 60s and daytime highs only in the low to mid 60s. Some sun is
Seattle @ LAA: FS
cloud and/or fog/drizzle could be a fixture Friday night. Some gustier
winds and clearing is likely to take place Saturday, with cooler than
normal weather (upper 60s) expected Sunday in Anaheim. Nighttime
temperatures will generally be in the low 60s Friday and Saturday
Tampa @ Oakland: FSday
this point, any weather system will likely be far enough inland to
prevent anything more than just a chance of showers in the Bay Area.
Temperatures will be cool though. Expect low to mid 50s Friday night,
and low to mid 60s for the afternoon games.