Weather forecast for Padres vs. Pirates at Petco Park
After hosting the Milwaukee Brewers all week, the San Diego Padres will continue their homestand with a weekend series against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
The Padres are 28-16, in second place in the NL West, while the Pirates are 18-25. In the weak NL Central, that’s good enough to make them their division’s third-place team.
Starting Friday night, the three-game series will have two night games capped off with a Sunday matinee. If you’re planning on heading to Petco Park, here’s the weekend weather forecast:
San Diego weather forecast for May 27
SoCal weather is famously consistent; there’s even a song called “It Never Rains In Southern California,” and it’s almost entirely true.
Anyway, for the 6:40 PM PT start, which is a little more than an hour before sunset, temperatures will be in the low 60s with mostly cloudy skies and 65% humidity.
San Diego weather forecast for May 28
Saturday evening’s game is a smidge later at 7:10 PM PT, but temps and skies look about the same as Friday night.
San Diego weather forecast for May 29
Sunday afternoon will be a beautiful time for a ballgame, with temps in the high 60s and mostly sunny skies. Watch out for a high UV index, though.