The Rockies saw warm weather on Saturday and Sunday in Detroit but it will not be as warm in Philadelphia this week.
Philadelphia forecast for Monday, April 25
For the Colorado Rockies-Philadelphia Phillies game at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pa. on Monday, it is supposed to be an overcast day with temperatures topping out in the mid-60s, per The Weather Channel.
However, by game time, it will be around 59 degrees with temperatures dipping into the mid-50s by the time the game will be ending.
For the Rockies, they will send their Opening Day starter Kyle Freeland (7.71 ERA in three starts) and opposing him for the Phillies will be Kyle Gibson (3.57 ERA in three starts).
Philadelphia forecast for Tuesday, April 26
For the Rockies-Phillies game at Citizens Bank Park on Tuesday, it will be the warmest day of the four but the chance of a rain delay will be the highest.
The high temperature will be 70 degrees but when the game starts, it will be around 68 degrees. However, From 4 PM E.T. to 10 PM E.T., there is a 40 percent chance of rain, as of Monday morning’s forecast.
The Rockies will send Germán Márquez (4.67 ERA in three starts) to the mound and he will face Zach Eflin (5.27 ERA in three starts).
Philadelphia forecast for Wednesday, April 27
For the Rockies-Phillies game at Citizens Bank Park on Wednesday, it will be cooler but the sun will start to peek through.
It will be partly to mostly cloudy with a high of 55. However, winds could be a factor as the sustained winds will be 15 to 25 MPH out of the northwest, or blowing in from left field.
The Rockies have not publicly announced their starting pitcher for Wednesday but whoever it is, he will face Ranger Suárez (4.38 ERA in three starts).
Philadelphia forecast for Thursday, April 28
For the Rockies-Phillies game at Citizens Bank Park on Thursday, it will be a day game and it is supposed to be the clearest day of the four days.
The high will be 56 degrees with a zero percent chance of rain. However, it will still be windy, like it will be on Wednesday.
The Rockies have yet to name their starter (as of Monday morning) and the Phillies will send Zach Wheeler (who has lost all three of his starts so far with an ERA of 8.53).
Overall, it won’t be as warm at Citizens Bank Park as it was in Detroit for the Rockies but at least three of the four days should be good for baseball. Tuesday will be the day to watch out for.