My kids grew up in SE PA. One year it’s 40 and windy. The next it’s 60 or 70. One year games are called for snow. Another year it doesn’t snow.
One year it snowed 18 inches. I came back from a business trip four days later. The snow was gone.
Son's first home series in college was in early February 2013 in Martinsville, VA. We were about an hour away when we drove through snow flurries enroute to the stadium. Wife sent son a text message asking if the games were still a go. Answer - "Yes". Temperature at game time was about 38 F with occasional light flurries. By the middle of the 2nd game (DH) temperature was around freezing.
Junior year (2015) at WSSU, home opener (DH) is the day before the Super Bowl. Temperature at game time in the 40's. By the end of the first game, the sun had set and temperature plummeted. By the end of the 2nd game it was, again, close to 32 F. We were wrapped up in blankets and could not get warm. Took us forever to warm up once we arrived back at the hotel. The good thing that day was son hit a 2 RBI HR in the 6th inning of the 2nd game which proved to be the game winner.