April 23, 2024

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Ahead of the Ashes, Brisbane Weather Could Affect the First Test

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With the ashes scheduled for 2021, Australia are looking to the weather forecast in Brisbane to make the most of their first test match. The team is expected to be able to take advantage of the Brisbane weather during the first two days of the Test, with rain affecting play on Friday and Saturday. Ashes weather in Brisbane has also been the cause of some inner video games being affected by rain. There is a 50-50 chance that rain will fall on Friday and Saturday but no guarantee that the entire Test will be washed away.

A number of forecasts show that rain is likely to fall on the first three days of the Ashes Test, and the final three days could be affected by thunderstorms. On Thursday, the BOM has issued a rain warning for Brisbane, which means that the first Test could be delayed or cancelled. However, the overall outlook is not too bad, and plenty of play is expected. There is a slight chance of rain on day four. The top temperature is expected to be around 32 degrees on day three.

Rain has caused plenty of sleepless nights for Australia and England. There has also been a La Nina weather system causing havoc with pre-Test preparations. The team has been unable to practice much at the Gabba due to the poor weather conditions. While the weather isn’t expected to affect play much, a break in the weather is hoped for the best. In the meantime, rain showers are expected to interrupt play on Thursday and Friday.

On Wednesday, rain began falling at the Gabba after England’s loss. The final session of the day was cancelled due to the dark setting of the sun. In the coming days, Brisbane will be both sunny and stormy. The temperature will hit 32 degrees on Thursday and won’t dip below 30 degrees until the weekend. On Friday and Saturday, however, there is a high chance of showers and thunderstorms, and there is a low chance of rain on Sunday. With rain chances remaining at seven percent, it should be possible to play on Friday and Saturday.