83rd Annual All-Star Game: Clear and Pleasant
UPDATED 7:45 PM CDT, July 10, 2012
UPDATED By WeatherBug Meteorologist, Chad Merrill
The weather is picture-perfect for mid-summer for tonight`s All-Star Game in Kansas City, Mo.
Mother Nature is really giving Kansas City, Mo., a nice break from the rash of 100-degree weather experienced last week. Instead, temperatures are slowly falling into the 80s with dew points in the middle 50s, making the humidity levels tolerable.
Even as the game wears deeper into the night, temperatures will settle back into the comfortable upper and upper 70s under an almost full moon. A refreshing northwesterly breeze at 5 to 10 mph will have fans of all ages enjoying a perfect summer night for baseball.
Click on the link to the right to see current conditions and a live picture of Kansas City, Mo., from Kauffman Stadium.
Kansas City endured a stretch of five days with temperatures at or above 100 degrees last week, setting a daily record high on Friday of 104 degrees and tying its former record high set in 1939 of 105 degrees on Saturday.
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Story Image: National League's Carlos Gonzalez, of the Colorado Rockies, loses his bat as he swings on a pitch by American League's Justin Verlander, of the Detroit Tigers, in the first inning of the MLB All-Star baseball game in Kansas City, Mo. (Charlie Neibergall, AP)
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