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Weather outlook for upcoming Orioles games

Today should be a perfect fall day, with a high around 72 with lows in upper 50s. Good weather to enjoy the Baltimore Book Festival or the Orioles as they salute Brooks Robinson on this last weekend of the regular season. Sunday will be in the mid-70s with a slight chance of late rain. From Monday through Wednesday, the Orioles will play under the dome of Tropicana Field in St Petersburg, Fla., where they will finish up the season with three games against the Tampa Bay Rays. The weather there will be partly cloudy, temperatures in the low 90s and thunderstorms forecast every day. The dome's roof is lit orange when the Rays win, but perhaps this time they will light it up for the Orioles. Will we look forward to snow in the postseason.?

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