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Baseball Weather: Dry and Warm in Philadelphia

UPDATED 6:15 PM EDT, October 23, 2010

By WeatherBug Meteorologist, Chad Merrill

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As the Major League Baseball playoffs continue today in Philadelphia, will baseball fans need a warm coat to stay warm or will a long-sleeved shirt do the trick?

Fortunately, high pressure will rule the weather this evening for Game 6 of the National League Championships matchup between the Giants and the Phillies at Lincoln Financial Field. Temperatures will get a nice boost thanks to southwesterly winds.

Mostly sunny skies will become partly cloudy with readings in the comfortable lower to middle 60s just before the game with the mercury only dropping a few degrees as more clouds build during the game. Fans won`t need a rain jacket or umbrella as the weather will remain dry.

Click the links to the right for the weather conditions for your favorite playoff team, and be sure to check your WeatherBug throughout the playoffs for the latest weather information. Also, you can get the latest updates anywhere on Twitter at WeatherBug WeatherBuzz.

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Story Image: Second baseman Ian Kinsler celebrates on Friday, October 22, 2010 after the Texas Rangers defeat the New York Yankees to advance to the World Series. (Paul Sancya, AP)

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