No snow. No cold. No drama. But the World Series will begin in New York tonight as the 2-day rainmaker that soaked the Middle Atlantic yesterday and today exits stage right. Hopefully, it will exit before the scheduled 8:07 p.m. first pitch.
The weather will be pleasantly autumnal for Game 2.
Saturday night, it will be Philly's turn to sweat out either a Halloween rainout or delays as a powerful storm plods east from the Rockies. Yep, lucky Denver is expected to get 10 inches of snow by tomorrow night from the same storm that will advance on the Middle Atlantic states by Saturday.
Once again, weather for Games 4 and 5 is expected to be benign.