Nationals vs. Reds weather forecast: A bit of a chill but dry

Nationals vs. Reds

7:05 p.m., Thursday, April 25, Nationals Park

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Clear and cool
FIRST PITCH
Near 60
9TH INNING
Mid-50s
CHANCE OF RAIN
1%

We can only hope the play has us jumping up and down to keep warm. Not frigid, but jackets are a necessity. Fortunately, nice and dry with only a light breeze.

NatCast appears on the day of every Nationals home game.

David Streit grew up on a farm/ranch in Nebraska. Witness to severe weather of all varieties focused his career path. Degrees from the universities of Nebraska and Wisconsin prepared him to be a forecaster for Capital Weather Gang as well as his day job as COO of Commodity Weather Group.
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