The outcome of World Series Game 3, had the Royals leading the series 2-1.
Since the Royals came out victorious against the New York Mets, Game 4 will not be the deciding factor on which team will take home the coveted Commissioner Trophy this year.
Game 4 will have the New York Mets facing off against the Kansas City Royals at Citi Field in Flushing, New York.
Today will have a mixture of clouds and sun, and temperature peaking in the upper 50s this afternoon, which is typical of the last week in October.
By the evening, and the start of the game, temperatures will have fallen back into the into the lower 50s, with increasing clouds.
Although it will be cloudy, conditions will remain dry and cool for the entirety of the game.
Winds will not have an impact on game play either, according to Senior AccuWeather Meteorologist Dan Pydynowski "The wind will be rather light this evening and should not have a huge impact for Game 4. They will be from the south to southwest and under 10 mph, which will have them blowing out to center or right-center field."
Those heading out the game will want to bring an extra jacket or blanket as temperatures will be slightly chilly as they continue to hover in the lower 50s through the last pitch.
Since Game 4 will not be the deciding factor for the winner of the World Series, Game 5 will also take place in Citi Field on the 1st of November.
Game 5 is looking to be the milder of the two, as temperatures by the first pitch on Sunday are expected to be closer to the 60-degree mark; nearly 10 degrees warmer than the start of Game 4 the previous day.