BALTIMORE, MD - The ALDS game three will start on a cool note as temperatures right around first pitch (7:37) will be around 60 degrees under partly cloudy skies. By the 7th inning stretch, expect temperatures to dip into the 50s with a clearing sky.
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Winds are not expected to play a factor. Home run territory sits on the northeast side of the stadium so any westerly wind that comes in could enhance the chance of more homeruns! Tomorrow's forecast looks good, albeit cool with daytime highs in the low 60s and overnight temps falling into the middle 40s!
If we go to game 5 Friday features a mostly sunny sky during the day with highs in the middle 60s. The game will be dry at night with temperatures dropping into the 40'
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