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For the duration of the 2017 local baseball seasons, we will have game day forecasts for all three local baseball teams in the Phillies organization! Featured will be a game day forecast for every home game for the Philadelphia Phillies, Lehigh Valley IronPigs, and Reading Fightins. Make us your game day stop for all things weather for the 2017 season, all season long!

Philadelphia Phillies, South Philadelphia, PA

Game information and weather synopsis:

The Phillies play the second of a four-game series with the Los Angeles Dodgers, with first pitch slated for 7:05pm. We will have overcast skies throughout the evening and while there can be a stray shower or two, especially early, they look to be light and most of the time looks to be rain free.

Chance for a game delay:  5%

Chance for a game cancellation:  0%

Disclaimer: Percentages of delay and cancellation chances are strictly EPAWA’s prediction, and NOT done in consultation with The Phillies or any other determining factors that might be present at the ballpark.

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Forecaster: Carmella

Last update: Monday September 18th, 11:45 pm

Lehigh Valley IronPigs, Allentown, PA

Game information and weather synopsis:

The IronPigs regular season home schedule and playoff schedule have come to an end for the 2017 baseball season as of September 10th, 2017.

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Reading Fightins, Reading, PA

Game information and weather synopsis:

The Fightins regular season home schedule has come to an end for the 2017 baseball season as of August 31st, 2017.

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