With the World Series tied at two games a piece, milder air moves into St. Louis for Game 5.
Temperatures for Games 3 and 4 in St. Louis started with temperatures in the mid-50s before diving into the upper 40s, a cooler trend than average for this time of year.
For Game 5, the first pitch will be a little milder with a temperature of near 60.
Dry weather will continue into the night for the game, but showers are on the way for the St. Louis area on Tuesday.
No matter the outcome of Game 5, there will be a sixth game in Boston on Wednesday evening. There is a chance for a shower in the forecast. Temperatures for the start of the game are expected in the middle 40s.
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