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Apr. 17-20, 2014 Weekly Nationals Forecast Outlook Update

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WASHINGTON NATIONALS BASEBALL WEEKLY FORECAST OUTLOOK

VALID: Apr. 17-20, 2014

GAMES: 17-20: vs. STL

FORECAST: The first two games of this homestand are likely to be rather chilly, but dry. Temperatures for Thursday will fall into the 40s throughout the game, with Friday’s game being a few degrees warmer. Even still, Friday will be chilly with game time temperatures in the low 50s. Fortunately, the weekend games will be bathed in sunshine, with highs in the upper 60s both days. There may be a few more clouds mixing in with the sun on Saturday. Again, rain is not in the forecast for any of these games at this time.

Forecast by: Kenny Gartner, issued 4/17/14 8:30 am

Nationals Weather Service, sports forecasting division of Maryland Weather Center

Apr 7-13, 2014 Weekly Nationals Forecast Outlook

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WASHINGTON NATIONALS BASEBALL WEEKLY FORECAST OUTLOOK

VALID: April 7-13, 2014

GAMES | 8-10: vs MIA, 11-13 at ATL

FORECAST: Excellent weather ahead 3 game stretch between the Nats and Marlins, maybe a little cloudy for the Tuesday game, but sun and nice clear skies look to dominate for the Wednesday and Thursday games. the next chance of rain comes on Friday, but the Nats will be in Atlanta.

Forecast by: Josh Owens, issued 4/8/14 1:45pm

Nationals Weather Service, sports forecasting division of Maryland Weather Center

Mar 31-Apr 6, 2014 Weekly Nationals Forecast Outlook

IMG_9552 WASHINGTON NATIONALS BASEBALL WEEKLY FORECAST OUTLOOK

VALID: Mar 31-Apr 6, 2014

GAMES | 31/2-3: atMYM, 4-6: vsATL

FORECAST: The last two games following the season opener look great in NYC for the Nats and Mets, nice and spring-like. About time, right? Friday looks to the most troubling in this weeks forecast with the potential of some rain to come through. We will keep an eye on it. Enjoy the games, all! Go Nats!

NOTES: I’d like to welcome Kenny Gartner to this page as a forecaster, he will be in charge of the Thursday updates.

Forecast by: Josh Owens, issued 3/31/14 10:45am

Nationals Weather Service, sports forecasting division of Maryland Weather Center

Check out Red Porch Report and Citizens of Natstown for additional info on all things Nats baseball.

Mar 27-30, 2014 Weekly Nationals Forecast Outlook Thursday Update

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VALID: Mar 27-30, 2014 GAMES (SPRING TRAINING): 27: atNYM, 28: off , 29: vsDET (in DC), 30: off

FORECAST: Right now the Nats and Mets are squaring off in Florida for the Nats final 2014 ST game, so weather isn't much if an issue. However, for the exhibition game at Nats Park vs Detroit on Saturday, we need to keep an eye to the sky for some rain to fall. Updates will continue as needed.

Forecast by: Josh Owens, issued 3/27/14 1:35pm

Nationals Weather Service, sports forecasting division of Maryland Weather Center

Check out Red Porch Report and Citizens of Natstown for additional info on all things Nats baseball.

Natstown Forecast Outlook for the Week of February 10, 2014

Nationals Weather Service Forecast Outlook Valid 2/10/14

Locations: Viera, Florida and the Washington DC Metro Area

Forecast Audio

As we get 2014 started up, I first want to tip my cap to Citizens of Natstown and Red Porch Report in helping get these forecasts out. It’s a shared idea for all of us to make sure you are weather aware before games so you can be safe, so I appreciate their help with this.

Now on to weather, Natstown is split in two until the season starts. So first we will look at Viera, earlier in the week things looked wet but nice for the 13th as pitchers and catchers report. Now, it’s looking cooler and dryer as a system will have moved over the area Wednesday night. Highs in the mid to upper 60s with partly cloudy skies. Updates will follow as needed for this, but things are looking good as spring training kicks off.

Meanwhile here at home, Wednesday evening into Thursday looks to be a dicey time as snow and more cold invade. I won’t waste time talking about that in full detail here, but it is something we are watching closely. The audio on this post details a little, but I encourage checking out my other forecasting page, Maryland Weather Center, and following me on Twitter for more information.

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