KTVU staff - Not only is it going to be hot, Tuesday is likely going to set a record for the hottest day for the first pitch of any World Series game in history.
That's according to the National Weather Service and the Farmer's Almanac.
The current forecast is that it will reach 100 degrees in Los Angeles on Tuesday night, cooling to just 97 degrees on Wednesday for Game 2.
The hottest it's ever been on Oct. 24 in recorded history is 99 degrees set in 1909.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are playing the Houston Astros.
Further north, the Bay Area is also going to be pretty warm -- in fact, 20 degrees above normal, according to KTVU meteorologist Steve Paulson. Santa Rosa should reach 94 degrees, Santa Cruz should reach 92 degrees and San Jose, Livermore and Concord should reach 90.