Padres Weather Forecast, Rainouts & Delays

Posted in 2024 in

What’s the weather going to be like at Petco Park for the San Diego Padres game? Find out below.

We’ve researched the most accurate resources for gameday weather today, tomorrow and extended 10-day forecasts for the stadium in downtown San Diego:

Petco Park Weather Forecast

Weather Apps

Here is a curated list of the best weather radar websites and apps.


To get a sense of what the weather is like, near the ballpark and around downtown area during baseball season, here are the average San Diego weather temperatures by month, from April to October:
April: 58-70° F May: 60-68° F June: 63-71° F July: 66-75° F Aug: 68-77° F Sept: 67-78° F Oct: 63-76° F

Past Weather In San Diego

This site shows the past weather in San Diego over the last two weeks.


We don’t talk about rain-o, no no no.

Most teams have more rainouts in a season than Petco has had in its existence. The Padres average about one rainout every 6-8 years.

To be more exact, there have been a total of four rainouts at Petco Park in its history: April 4, 2006, July 19, 2015, May 7, 2017 and the last rainout at Petco Park was last season, August 20, 2023 (Hurricane Hilary).

That’s 3,394 days between the first and second rain out. During that span, the Padres played 820 consecutive days of games in the sun.

Padres Rainout Policy

If the game is ruled a “rainout,” which is to say the weather forces the game to be terminated before it becomes an official game, it will be rescheduled. An official game will not be rescheduled. A ticket to a rainout (or rained-out game) becomes a “rain check”

If the replacement game is rescheduled to a different date, its own date not tied to another scheduled game or a split doubleheader event, your tickets (rain checks) will still be valid for the new game, and you keep the same seats.

If it gets rolled into a single-ticket doubleheader, you can swap your tickets at the Advance Ticket Windows at Petco Park for any other available available game during the regular season.

Still have questions? It’s all covered in much greater detail here.

Rainout History

Here is the San Diego Padres history of home rainouts. Twenty total.
April 27, 1970 vs. Montreal Expos
April 14, 1971 vs. Chicago Cubs
May 7, 1971 vs. Cincinnati Reds
May 28, 1971 vs. New York Yankees
June 5, 1972 vs. Pittsburgh Pirates
June 6, 1972 vs. Pittsburgh Pirates
April 8, 1975 vs. San Francisco Giants
April 9, 1975 vs. San Francisco Giants
Sept. 10, 1976 (DH) vs. Houston Astros
May 8, 1977 (DH) vs. Montreal Expos
April 15, 1978 vs. San Francisco Giants
April 28, 1980 vs. Atlanta Braves
April 29, 1980 vs. Atlanta Braves
April 20, 1983 vs. Atlanta Braves
May 12, 1998 vs. New York Mets
April 4, 2006 vs. San Francisco Giants
July 19, 2015 vs. Colorado Rockies
May 7, 2017 vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
August 20, 2023 vs Arizona Diamondbacks

Rainfall in San Diego

It just doesn’t rain during baseball season. Average San Diego rainfall by month:
  • April: 0.7 inches
  • May: 0.2 inches
  • June: 0.1 inches
  • July: 0 inches
  • August: 0.1 inches
  • September: 0.2 inches

Historically, throughout the baseball season, from opening day to the playoffs, San Diego will see less than an inch and a half of rain. In that same span, the Marlins will see almost 40 inches.

Read more on what to wear. If you are coming to the game, check if your seats are sun vs shade. Also stay hydrated! If its chilly, pick up a sweatshirt.

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