London Weather: Rain to play spoilsport on Day 4 & 5 of WTC Final 2023 at The Oval, CHECK out
London Weather: India and Australia are currently battling at the Kennington Oval in London for the World Test Championship trophy. With Travis…
London Weather: India and Australia are currently battling at the Kennington Oval in London for the World Test Championship trophy. With Travis Head scoring an outstanding ton (146* off 156) and Steve Smith getting close to the three-figure mark (95* off 227) at stumps, the Aussies were clearly in control on the first day of the summit clash. While the Indian bowling unit will attempt to rebound on day two following a challenging day, cloudy weather are expected to dominate days four and five, and rain may play spoiler. Check out the full weather forecast below.
London Weather Forecast
For the second and third day, London will continue to be dry and sunny as it has been for the previous week or so. According to Accuweather, the likelihood of precipitation is 1% for June 8 and 2% on June 9. As a result, rain may not fall over. On June 8, highs will be about 22 degrees, and on June 9 around 24 degrees.
However, thunderstorms are expected on June 10 and June 11, which will cause a significant shift in the weather for the final two days of the match. On Saturday, a heavy shower is expected with a 70% probability of rain and a 28% chance of thunderstorms; as a result, play may be halted for a few hours.
On the fifth day, there is an 88 percent probability of rain and a 35 percent risk of thunderstorms, making the forecast even more bleak. Since start-stop play will be the norm for the following two days, both teams and the fans will be hoping that most of the action is concluded in the first three days.
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