Baseball fans wear ponchos as rain delayed the start of the Home Run Derby on July 14, 2014. / Jeff Curry, USA TODAY Sports

Cool and clear weather is forecast for Tuesday night's All-Star Game in Minneapolis. Temperatures are expected to be about 66 degrees at first pitch. There will be mostly clear skies and northwesterly winds of 6-12 mph, according to AccuWeather.

Temperatures should drop through the 60s during the game.

Fans at the game "may feel like they should be tailgating for a Minnesota Vikings football game in September," AccuWeather meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski said.

It should be a bit warmer than it was during the Home Run Derby on Monday night: The temperature at the start of the derby was just 60 degrees, KARE-TV in Minneapolis reports. Monday's high was almost 20 degrees cooler than normal for this time of year.

Fans from Los Angeles to Tampa got a taste of Minnesota's chill.

Rain also delayed the start of the derby by one hour.



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