Rain or shine and one day only.
No matter the weather, the York Revolution will hold its annual Fan Fest at noon Saturday, said Paul Braverman, the baseball organization's promotion and communications manager.
"We've been watching the forecast," he said. "We're pretty optimistic that nothing will interfere for that day."
Local high temperatures are expected to warm up a few degrees from the mid-50s on Friday to the low 60s on Saturday, not too bad for an outdoor event, said Craig Evanego, meteorologist with the National Weather Service.
No rain: There was no talk of rain in his forecast.
"It's going to be partly sunny on Saturday," he said.
Fan Fest will feature a large Easter egg hunt for children, a whiffle ball game including York Revolution players and fans, autograph sessions with the Revs players and a concert by country star Jerrod Niemann.
"We've been lucky that we have not had a Fan Fest interrupted by rain," Braverman said. "This is a rain or shine event, and we'll only have it on (Saturday). There's no rain date."
AccuWeather.com also is predicting a rain-less weekend, with some clouds on Friday, some sun on Saturday and pleasant weather on Sunday.
Some frost: Friday's high of 57 degrees will be about 10 degrees lower than normal for that day, said Erik Pindrock, AccuWeather meteorologist. Some clouds are expected at night, with lows in the mid-30s.
"There will be some frost," he said. "If you started your garden early, (the frost) might be a concern. People usually start their gardens next week."
But the frost isn't expected to last when Saturday rolls in with its partly sunny sky and high temperature of 67 degrees, right on par with the area's average, Pindrock said.
"It should stay dry at this point," he added. "You might just have some clouds, but no precipitation."
Easter: Both Pindrock and Evanego predict nice, seasonable weather for Easter Sunday, with mostly sunny skies and high temperatures in the mid- to upper 60s.
"Early Sunday morning, you'll probably get temperatures into the 40s with mostly sunny skies," Evanego said. "You'll have a cool start, but it will be sunny, with temperatures (rising) through the morning."
People going to sunrise services or doing outside activities early Easter Sunday will need a jacket in the morning, Pindrock said.
"But as the day goes on, you'll get plenty of sunshine," he said. "Easter morning will be very tranquil weatherwise. And for the rest of the day, it should feel quite pleasant."
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