Historically, who has better opening day weather, Cubs or Sox?

Dear Tom,
Historically, who has better opening day weather, Cubs or Sox?
— Peter Lusk
Dear Peter,
With both baseball teams opening in Chicago in early April, the weather gods have not been overly kind to either team, with the majority of both teams’ home openers played in chilly conditions. The Cubs’ coldest was 32 degrees in 2003; the White Sox, 35 degrees in 2016. Of course there have been some warm days — the Cubs’ warmest was 86 degrees in 1960; the White Sox, also 86 in 1985.
Both teams have had home openers snowed out or played in swirling flurries. Perhaps the White Sox can lay claim to the worst opening day weather. In 1982, the opener was postponed by snow and cold for three straight days, finally being rescheduled for April 16. That day, torrents of rain fell, resulting in a fourth straight cancellation, with the season finally beginning April 17.
With both baseball teams opening in Chicago in early April, the weather gods have not been overly kind to either team.