It seems fitting that the Mets first home opener in 1962, a season in which they lost 120 games, ranks as one of its worst, with cold temperatures, wind and drizzle. And how perfect was it that the weather was glorious the year they won their first home opener in 1968? The charts below focus on the best weather conditions in years the Mets won their home openers, while the worst weather is grouped into games lost and games won. (But does it really matter what the weather is, just as long as the home team wins?)
To read about weather and outcome of every Mets home opener since 1962, double click here.