Masters Rain Delay: Updated Weather Forecast for Saturday at Augusta
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Here we go again.
Friday’s second round at the Masters was suspended due to inclement weather and the rain has once again caused a delay in play at 3:15 p.m. ET on Saturday.
Because of yesterday’s Masters weather, many players completed their second rounds on Saturday morning before the third round officially got underway earlier today.
So with plenty of holes still remaining, let’s dig into the updated Masters weather forecast for Saturday, including the chances that rain delays the rest of today’s play.
Masters Weather Forecast for Saturday
According to the National Weather Service, there is a 100% chance of rain falling at Augusta National Golf Club from now through 4 p.m. ET before dipping one whole percentage point to 99% at 5 p.m. ET.
The likelihood of precipitation drops no lower than 88% through the rest of Saturday based on the latest Masters weather forecast, so don’t be surprised if players are done for the day at Augusta National.
The bright side is that the updated Masters weather report for Sunday looks extremely promising.
As of the time of writing, cloudy conditions are expected to give way to sunny weather with a high temperature of 63 degrees and, most importantly, just a 10% chance of rain at any point on Sunday.
At the time of Saturday’s weather delay at the Masters, Brooks Koepka is the tournament leader at -13, followed by Jon Rahm (-9), San Bennett (-6), Viktor Hovland (-5) and Collin Morikawa (-5).
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