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No Rain Worries for World Series Game 6

As the World Series returns to Kansas City for Game 6 on Tuesday evening, cooler weather will return as well.

The temperature at first pitch, just after 7:00 p.m. local time, will be around 54 degrees with a light breeze out of the west-northwest. By the ninth inning, temperatures will drop to a chilly 48 degrees.

Rain will not be a concern as dry air builds in behind a cold front moving through on Monday night. After seeing plenty of sunshine on Tuesday, the sky will be mainly clear for the game on Tuesday evening.

The cooldown will be a change following a weekend that featured near record-high temperatures, with the mercury reaching 85 degrees on Sunday.

After another warm day on Monday, cooler air will move in on Tuesday. Temperatures on Tuesday afternoon will top out in the lower 60s with a cool breeze.

If the Royals win Game 6 on Tuesday and force a Game 7 in Kansas City on Wednesday evening, the weather will remain dry with temperatures in the 50s.