Masters Weather Forecast 2019

It could be windy this week at Augusta...

Masters Weather Forecast 2019 - Augusta National
Wind is expected at Augusta National this year
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What is the forecast for Augusta National ahead of the 2019 Masters

Masters Weather Forecast 2019

The US Masters is generally renowned for being a tournament played under clear blue skies in the sun-drenched state of Georgia.

If the conditions are firm and fast, the majority of the players in the field will be able to hit at least three of Augusta National's par 5s in two.

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If conditions are wet underfoot, however, it could give some of the shorter hitters an advantage by levelling the playing field. If there’s wind, then Amen Corner will be even more daunting than usual.

So what do the Masters weather gods have in store for the 2019 edition of this famous event?

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Masters Weather Forecast 2019

Sunday 14th April

Sunday is very much looking like it could be a bit of an issue.30% chance for morning showers and isolated thunderstorms. 80% chance for thunderstorms after 4PM. Heavy rain and strong winds are possible. Scattered thunderstorms are expected as humidity rises slightly. With rain and winds perhaps at their freshest with possible gusts of 25 mph means that it could be a lively final round! And could even mean we are looking at a Monday finish! Or they may try and start the final round a little earlier than usual...

The Masters has not had a Monday finish since 2983 when Seve won his second Green Jacket.

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