Updated Masters Weather for Sunday: Latest Forecast for Today’s 3rd, Final Rounds

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Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images. Pictured: Patrons walk in the rain at Augusta National Golf Club

  • For the second straight day, Masters weather forced a suspension in play due to heavy rain at August National.
  • As a result, play will restart early on Sunday morning in order for players to complete their third rounds ahead of final round action.
  • Continue reading to see the latest Masters weather forecast for Sunday, April 9.

Weather at the Masters once again reared its ugly head as rainy conditions forced a suspension in play on Saturday afternoon.

The third round will resume on Sunday morning at Augusta National Golf Club before the fourth and final round gets started later in the day.

This, of course, is dependent on whether the weather cooperates.

Below, we break down the updated Masters weather report, including the chances that rain delays play at Augusta for the third straight day.

Updated Masters Weather for Sunday

Finally there is an optimistic weather forecast for the 2023 Masters.

The National Weather Service is calling for cloudy conditions that eventually give way to sun with a very small chance of rain on Sunday.

In addition, the hourly breakdown shows the highest percentage of rain at any point on Sunday is just 9%. It should be smooth sailing at Augusta National.

Considering that third round play is expected to resume at 8:30 a.m. ET, it's important that calm and clear weather provides the opportunity to complete the final round before the sun sets on Sunday night.

Heading into Sunday morning's play, Brooks Koepka (-13) holds a four-stroke lead over Jon Rahm (-9). They're followed by Sam Bennett (-6), Viktor Hovland (-5), Patrick Cantlay (-5), Collin Morikawa (-5) and Matt Fitzpatrick (-5).

Unsurprisingly, Koepka is a big favorite at -115 odds to win the 2023 Masters at FanDuel Sportsbook, ahead of Rahm (+165), Morikawa (+3400) and Hovland (+3600).

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