What's the weather looking like for Game 4 of Indians vs. Yankees in New York?

It’s game day and a chance for the Tribe to take Game 4 of the ALDS! Fans and players are looking to see who captures the win tonight, but that's “if” mother nature acts right. 
The leftovers of once Hurricane Nate have now shifted to the northeast and that's bringing rain to portions of the east coast through the day. The forecast for Yankee Stadium through 4 p.m. calls for scattered showers with some heavy pockets of rain at times. This is going to make for a wet and muddy start of the Game 4. The game is scheduled to start at 7:08 p.m. with a few lingering rain showers.

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The good news is that we'll shut that wet weather faucet off completely by 8 p.m.  A slight delay can  be expected, but this won’t stop our Indians from grabbing a “W."

If this game is called off early as a rainout, they are expected to play Tuesday, with partly cloudy skies and highs back in the upper 70s.   

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