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What does the weather have in store at Augusta National this week?

We may see some delays towards the closing stages of the Masters if the weather forecasts prove accurate.

The first three days of the tournament will see the players compete under pretty similar conditions, with temperatures just below 30°c.

But there are some question marks over the weather for the final round, with the possibility of thunder storms hitting Augusta National as the players head to the back nine.

Weather forecasts supplied by The Weather Channel.

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2019 Masters weather forecast – Wednesday

2019 Masters weather forecast

The forecast for one of the Masters’ great traditions, the Par 3 Contest, is looking great with only a 10% chance of rain and high temperatures of 27°c .

2019 Masters weather forecast – Thursday

2019 Masters weather forecast

The first day of play looks like it won’t have any interruptions, with temperatures rising to around 28°c. But the wind will be picking up throughout the day.

2019 Masters weather forecast – Friday

2019 Masters weather forecast

The weather for Friday is set to be fairly similar to the first day of play as the players battle to make the cut.

2019 Masters weather forecast – Saturday

2019 Masters weather forecast

It’s looking like moving day is set to see perfect conditions. Temperatures could reach almost 30°c and only a slight breeze may well result in great conditions for scoring.

2019 Masters weather forecast – Sunday

2019 Masters weather forecast

But the final day of play might see some interruptions. Could the forecasted thunder storms result in a Monday finish?

2019 Masters weather forecast – Monday

2019 Masters weather forecast

If the climax of the final round means the Masters does need to go into a fifth day, those at the head of affairs should get perfect weather conditions – with sun and a slight breeze in prospect.

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