Temperatures are fairly mild and winds will be up throughout the week whilst Saturday could be dodgy!


2018 Masters Weather Forecast

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.

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 2018 edition of this famous event?

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2018 Masters Weather Forecast

Saturday 7th April

Mainly light rain can be expected for the early morning. There may be a lull in the rain late morning before showers become more numerous midday to early afternoon as the low pressure system approaches. Rain with a few thunderstorms will be likely between 2-5pm with heavy rainfall possible at times.

Another batch of showers will likely move through the region between 10pm-1am on Saturday night.

Sunday 8th April

The final day is forecast to be sunny and cool with winds from the NE – the same direction as Thursday. They’ll be around 10-15mph and temperatures will peak at just 18-19 degrees celsius. Overall, a decent day to make a Sunday charge at Augusta.

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