Rockies Bring Great Weather Home, Leave Before A Big Change
Today is the Rockies home opener and with it comes some great early baseball season weather. Last year's home opener was a cold, raw day with rain and snow and temperatures below freezing. This year, a thing of beauty with temperatures in the upper 60s and only a slight chance of a thunderstorm. This will be the case for the entire home-opening series against the Dodgers and the first two of three with
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Modeling Shows a Chilly Rockies' Home Opener, and Possibly Wet
Matt Makens is a member of Colorado's Own Channel 2's Pinpoint Weather Team -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- There is a storm system that will have an impact on the Rockies' home opener on Friday. This is a cold front that will be diving in from Wyoming and Nebraska during the day Friday. Right now, it is a very close call on temperatures across the city during the game Friday afternoon. Let's look at the data. First, here's a look at noon Fr
Rockies Open at Home to a Warm-up; Isolated Shower
Rockies are back at home Friday, and a warm-up starts right along with the first pitch. Thursday was only 51 in the city, but Friday will warm more than 10-degrees. I'd put Coors Field from 60-65 depending on where you are sitting. There will be sunshine while you are "tailgating" through the morning. Although, clouds will increase some in the afternoon. Although the chance for rain at the field is only 5%, don't be surprised if you see a shower. The best chance will be on the foothills west