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Weather Looks Great for O’s-White Sox

sunset view of oriole park at camden yards
The weather looks pretty good for the entire three-game set with the White Sox series, as there is only a very slight chance of a shower Tuesday evening but it’s unlikely to affect the game much. Enjoy and Go Os! Follow Christopher Bressi Weather Forecast Page for more information and daily forecasts: www.facebook.com/BressiWeather Weather images used from: Business vector created by macrovector – www.freepik.com

Rain Will Impact Weekend Series vs. Twins

distant view from stadium seats of camden yards at night
Tonight’s game is likely to be a rainout, as showers and thunderstorms will become likely this afternoon and evening. The weather should improve significantly tomorrow with some sun and dry conditions but it could be a bit on the breezy side. Easter Sunday is likely to be more cloudy and I can’t rule out a shower, but the Orioles should be able to get the game in. Follow Christopher Bressi Weather Forecast Page for more information and daily forecasts. www.facebook.com/BressiWeather Weather images used from: Business vector created by macrovector – […]

Rain Could Delay Start of O’s-A’s

view of outfield during orioles game with clusters of clouds overhead
Doesn’t look like we have to worry about any postponements this week, however. The best weather for the four-game set with Oakland will be Wednesday and Thursday with sunny skies both days. Thursday is an early “get away day” game at 12:35pm so hopefully that nice weather will bring out some fans! The game that will have the highest chance of a potential ran shower will be tonight, but it doesn’t look like it will be enough to postpone the game. At most, a delayed start if a shower/thunderstorm is […]

Weather Looks Warm & Dry for O’pening Series

collage of group pictures from baltimore orioles opening day
The weather actually looks quite similar for all three games of the New York Yankees series. The home opener will feature times of sun and clouds with temps in the low 60s during the game. Saturday appears to be set up for similar weather but with it being a night game, temps will drop into the 50s once the sun sets. Sunday looks to be the warmest of the three, but we need to keep an eye on a storm system to our west. If it speeds up, it could […]

Forecast for O’pening Day Improves

sun setting over camden yards
Great News! The coastal storm that has been mentioned will stay far enough off the coast and move quickly enough to not effect the weather for opening day! We should be in between storm systems allowing for times of sun and clouds with temps in the upper 50s to low 60s. Thursday April 4 Times of clouds and sun First pitch temp: 60F GFS Model outlook for Orioles Home Opener Images from GFS model showing rain to our northwest but dry for the Baltimore region. Temperatures should range from the […]

Orioles Home Opener Forecast – 1 Week Out

collage of group pictures from baltimore orioles opening day
The forecast for the Orioles “Away Opener” against the Yankees has worked out well, as first pitch today was around 50F with partly cloudy skies. Now let’s take a closer look at the Orioles’ home opener. The home opener weather will depend on a coastal storm that will develop and track north early next week. This will provide rain early in the week. In order for O’pening Day to be a nice day, we need this to move well off the coast by Thursday. Thursday April 4 Times of clouds […]

Orioles Opening Day(s) Forecast

sun setting over camden yards
Orioles “Opening Away Day” vs. Yankees   Thursday March 28 Partly Cloudy First pitch temp: 50F GFS Model outlook for “Opening Away Day”. Images from GFS model showing dry conditions and temps around 50 for NYC. All models showing dry conditions so confidence in this forecast is high.   Orioles Home Opener “First Look” It appears that a warmer weather pattern will be in place, but the first week of April looks potentially stormy for the U.S. For good opening day weather we have to hope that the Baltimore area […]