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Update to the latest: Hurricane Hillary is expected to weaken by the time it hits Southern California this weekend, but on Friday the National Weather Service issued a Tropical Storm Watch, the first ever for the region. Flooding and high winds are likely across Los Angeles and Ventura counties and even Santa Barbara as Hillary makes landfall near San Diego on Sunday, with major impacts expected Sunday and Monday.
It’s a busy weekend event in Los Angeles and SoCal, with all of the city’s NFL and MLB teams hosting games. There are also performances at the Hollywood Bowl and the Greek Theatre, and of course theme parks from San Diego’s SeaWorld to Disneyland, Knott’s Berry Farm, Universal Studios Hollywood and Magic Mountain keep an eye out from south to north along the Interstate 5 corridor.
Check cancellations and postponements in the list below as announced:
Major League Baseball today restructured the weekend schedule for Los Angeles Dodgers, Los Angeles Angels and the san diego padres, who all have home series from Friday to Sunday. All games originally scheduled for Sunday will now become games prior to the Saturday split doubleheader.
- Sunday’s San Diego Padres home game against the Arizona Diamondbacks has been rescheduled to split the doubleheader with a start at 12:10 p.m. PST and 5:40 p.m. PST on Saturday.
- The Los Angeles Angels’ Sunday home game against the Tampa Bay Rays has been rescheduled to split the doubleheader with a start at 1:07 PM PT and a 6:07 PM PT start on Saturday.
- Sunday’s Los Angeles Dodgers home game against the Miami Marlins has been rescheduled to split a doubleheader with a noon start and 6:10 p.m. PST on Saturday.
For the Cardholders, all three games rescheduled on Sunday will become the early Saturday afternoon games.
As of now, all local venues remain open. SeaWorld in San Diego and Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia both told Deadline they plan to be open normal hours but have been monitoring the situation. Disneyland in Anaheim, Universal Studios Hollywood and Knott’s Berry Farm in Anaheim have announced they are taking precautions but will conduct operations normally for now, advising park-goers to monitor social channels for details.
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