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Mark Paquette is a DFS meteorologist who focuses on MLB and the NFL from weather perspectives. He graduated from UMass-Lowell with a degree in meteorology in 1996. He worked at AccuWeather as a meteorologist for almost a decade

July 1 6:30 am weather report

CIN and TEX will have the threat of a few, randomly organized tstorms (otherwise known as pop-up tstorms) around them this evening. I am not expecting any PPD and no other games will be impacted by rain.

Toronto is a retractable roof stadium and SD is played in sunny southern California. PIT looks like fantastic weather and TB is played in-doors. That pretty much covers the entire six game schedule for today and tonight!

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Mark Paquette is a DFS meteorologist who focuses on MLB and the NFL. He graduated from UMass-Lowell with a degree in meteorology in 1996. He worked at AccuWeather as a meteorologist for almost a decade

Last updated 6/1/19 at 6:10 am

CHW will see some tstorms approach them but being an afternoon game, they should be able to get the game in before they hit. STL may be the only game with the threat of a delay or PPD as BAL and NYY will also see tstorms approach them but too late for them to impact anything.

ATL continues to be very warm while SEA continues to see gorgeous weather so the roof should be open.



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Mark Paquette is a DFS meteorologist who focuses on MLB and the NFL. He graduated from UMass-Lowell with a degree in meteorology in 1996. He worked at AccuWeather as a meteorologist for almost a decade

May 29 at 5:45 pm ET

BAL is much improved. There is some rain around the park as of 5:45 but it is in the process of leaving. All of the other thunderstorm activity should remain to their north. I would put an in-game delay at 10-20%.

PHI is a different story. A mass of thunderstorms will not miss them. They could start delayed or have an in-game delay. If the game starts on-time, arms are not safe. Bats are not completely safe either as there is a 15-20% PPD risk.

All other games are safe for bats. COL has a very small chance of a delay.


BAL and PHI will be played in muggy and warm conditions. This will help the ball carry. Also, this will be one of Atlanta’s warmest home games so far on the season, so look for the ball too carry well there too.



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Mark Paquette is a DFS meteorologist who focuses on MLB and the NFL. He graduated from UMass-Lowell with a degree in meteorology in 1996. He worked at AccuWeather as a meteorologist for almost a decade

May 29 at 5:45 pm ET

BAL is much improved. There is some rain around the park as of 5:45 but it is in the process of leaving. All of the other thunderstorm activity should remain to their north. I would put an in-game delay at 10-20%.

PHI is a different story. A mass of thunderstorms will not miss them. They could start delayed or have an in-game delay. If the game starts on-time, arms are not safe. Bats are not completely safe either as there is a 15-20% PPD risk.

All other games are safe for bats. COL has a very small chance of a delay.


BAL and PHI will be played in muggy and warm conditions. This will help the ball carry. Also, this will be one of Atlanta’s warmest home games so far on the season, so look for the ball too carry well there too.



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Mark Paquette is a DFS meteorologist who focuses on MLB and the NFL. He graduated from UMass-Lowell with a degree in meteorology in 1996. He worked at AccuWeather as a meteorologist for almost a decade

May 28 at 3:00 pm ET

Several games to watch for some rain and/or thunder in the vicinity: NYY, BOS, PHI, BAL and COL. Of these games, I do not foresee a PPD in any of them, though that can not be completely ruled out and all these games need to be watched carefully.

PHI and BAL are on the warm side of a cold front and will see tstorms approach them this afternoon/evening. Baseballs should be able to carry real well in this pair of parks tonight but there is a big risk to arms. NYY is right along this front, and will see tstorms moving along it too. Clouds will limit the warmth (near 70 at gametime) but it will be very muggy. BOS is a completely different story, they are on the cool side of this front and may only be in the upper 40s for tonight’s game with a steady rain at times with no thunder. Last but not at least, COL will see much different weather than the past few days, a wind screaming in from center field and temperatures only near 50 with some light rain or drizzle at times.

Look for the roofs to be closed in HOU, SEA and MIA.


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Mark Paquette is a DFS meteorologist who focuses on MLB and the NFL. He graduated from UMass-Lowell with a degree in meteorology in 1996. He worked at AccuWeather as a meteorologist for almost a decade

May 28 at 3:00 pm ET

Several games to watch for some rain and/or thunder in the vicinity: NYY, BOS, PHI, BAL and COL. Of these games, I do not foresee a PPD in any of them, though that can not be completely ruled out and all these games need to be watched carefully.

PHI and BAL are on the warm side of a cold front and will see tstorms approach them this afternoon/evening. Baseballs should be able to carry real well in this pair of parks tonight but there is a big risk to arms. NYY is right along this front, and will see tstorms moving along it too. Clouds will limit the warmth (near 70 at gametime) but it will be very muggy. BOS is a completely different story, they are on the cool side of this front and may only be in the upper 40s for tonight’s game with a steady rain at times with no thunder. Last but not at least, COL will see much different weather than the past few days, a wind screaming in from center field and temperatures only near 50 with some light rain or drizzle at times.

Look for the roofs to be closed in HOU, SEA and MIA.


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Mark Paquette is a DFS meteorologist who focuses on MLB and the NFL. He graduated from UMass-Lowell with a degree in meteorology in 1996. He worked at AccuWeather as a meteorologist for almost a decade

May 27 at 9:30 am ET

CHW and MIN are the pair of games with rain threats. CHW will see the rain move in during the game this afternoon and it could be heavy at times. Certainly a delay threat and a PPD threat to some degree but I do think they start this game. Generally if they start a game, they do their best to finish it.

In MIN, rain will be in the process of exiting the region. It could start delayed but I do think if they are patient they should be able to play the game. I do have it as a PPD threat just because it is chilly, breezy and it will basically rain all day. Not a nice evening for baseball.

Normal weather returns for California. Really nice weather for baseball in BAL, WSH, NYY and CIN.


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Mark Paquette is a DFS meteorologist who focuses on MLB and the NFL. He graduated from UMass-Lowell with a degree in meteorology in 1996. He worked at AccuWeather as a meteorologist for almost a decade

May 27 at 9:30 am ET

CHW and MIN are the pair of games with rain threats. CHW will see the rain move in during the game this afternoon and it could be heavy at times. Certainly a delay threat and a PPD threat to some degree but I do think they start this game. Generally if they start a game, they do their best to finish it.

In MIN, rain will be in the process of exiting the region. It could start delayed but I do think if they are patient they should be able to play the game. I do have it as a PPD threat just because it is chilly, breezy and it will basically rain all day. Not a nice evening for baseball.

Normal weather returns for California. Really nice weather for baseball in BAL, WSH, NYY and CIN.


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Mark Paquette is a DFS meteorologist who focuses on MLB and the NFL. He graduated from UMass-Lowell with a degree in meteorology in 1996. He worked at AccuWeather as a meteorologist for almost a decade

May 26 at 6:30 am ET

This wacky MLB DFS weather season would not be complete without an almost May Californian rainstorm! Meteorologically, this is an incredibly rare event. Winter storm warnings are up for the Sierra Nevada mountains!

SF, OAK and LAA are PPD threats to some extent. We only have to go back to last week when LAA PPD for rain that had occurred well before the game to see that the CA parks do not handle rain well. I would say all bets are off here as all three games are division opponents and easily made up. But, I do think the rain is spotty enough that all three games SHOULD play. Reality is though….all three games are not completely safe.

Elsewhere, tstorms will be found near WSH, PIT, CLE, KC, CHC, NYM and the night game in STL. In CHC, KC, STL and NYM the tstorms will be very widely scattered and I really do not expect an impact on the game. WSH and CLE will see pop-ups nearby that are a bit more concentrated while PIT looks fairly active. I do think PIT is a PPD threat to some degree while the others should not be.

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Mark Paquette is a DFS meteorologist who focuses on MLB and the NFL. He graduated from UMass-Lowell with a degree in meteorology in 1996. He worked at AccuWeather as a meteorologist for almost a decade

May 26 at 6:30 am ET

This wacky MLB DFS weather season would not be complete without an almost May Californian rainstorm! Meteorologically, this is an incredibly rare event. Winter storm warnings are up for the Sierra Nevada mountains!

SF, OAK and LAA are PPD threats to some extent. We only have to go back to last week when LAA PPD for rain that had occurred well before the game to see that the CA parks do not handle rain well. I would say all bets are off here as all three games are division opponents and easily made up. But, I do think the rain is spotty enough that all three games SHOULD play. Reality is though….all three games are not completely safe.

Elsewhere, tstorms will be found near WSH, PIT, CLE, KC, CHC, NYM and the night game in STL. In CHC, KC, STL and NYM the tstorms will be very widely scattered and I really do not expect an impact on the game. WSH and CLE will see pop-ups nearby that are a bit more concentrated while PIT looks fairly active. I do think PIT is a PPD threat to some degree while the others should not be.

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