By Tim Williams

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Monday is shaping up nicely for the Orioles’ home opener at Camden Yards.

The forecast calls for sunshine with some clouds creeping in later on and a high near 64 degrees outside, which is on par for this time of year.

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Temperatures are anticipated to be in the low 60s when the first pitch is thrown at 3:05 p.m.

Tonight we’ll have a low of 53 degrees, and it will be mostly cloudy with a chance for a shower, particularly late in the evening and into the morning.

On Tuesday, we’re looking at partly sunny weather that will be even warmer than Monday with a forecast afternoon high of 73 degrees on tap.

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That trend is expected to continue on Wednesday when we’ll be treated to a high of 76 degrees, though it is possible that we’ll see a shower.

Thursday’s on track to be our warmest day of the week with temperatures reaching into the high 70s.

As with earlier in the week, there is potential for showers on Thursday. Plus, we could get a thunderstorm or two in the afternoon hours.

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This warm trend tapers off toward the end of the week when we are looking at a partly sunny and cooler Friday with a high in the 60s.

Tim Williams