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 and sun

First pitch temp: 55 degrees Farenheit

GFS Model outlook for Orioles Home Opener

Images from GFS model showing dry conditions but a storm close enough to provide clouds and cooler temps. Much warmer air is just to our west, but if this storm can pull out faster, then sun and 60’s is more likely. Unfortunately, if it is slower, we could be dealing with more clouds, and perhaps showers with cooler temps. We should have a better idea by Monday.

Follow Christopher Bressi Weather Forecast Page for more information and daily forecasts.

Weather images used from: Business vector created by macrovector – www.freepik.com and model images from www.tropicaltidbits.com.

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