Weather conditions in Brisbane today: The rain gods have enticed plentiful interest in the fourth Test between Australia and India.
As much as the attention grabbed by players on the field, the ongoing fourth Test match between Australia and India in Brisbane has also witnessed the rain gods enticing an equal amount of amount.
The forecast around rain and thunderstorm in Brisbane for the last five days to go with multiple rain interruptions has combined together to force fans to continuously check on the weather.
What has further up the intrigue factor in the ongoing Test match is the manner in which the visitors have constantly staged a comeback. Despite the odds being against them on numerous fronts, India have always found a way to make their way back into the match as has been the case in the current 328-run chase.
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Weather conditions in Brisbane today
At the time of writing this article (second session), the sun is up and running at the Gabba. While the start of day happened under a cloud cover, the weather conditions went on to improve in the first session itself.
As far as the rain probability on AccuWeather for the remaining day is concerned, it ranges between 17% – 35%. Given the probability, rain doesn’t appear to play spoilsport today. While there is a string possibility of another cloud covers towards the evening, fans shouldn’t worry much about showers pouring down in Brisbane.
With India needing less than 200 runs to win the match, all three results are possible right now. Considering how tight the match is from this situation, it would be a shame if a rain interruption forces players to walk off the field.