It was raining in Colombo early in the morning on Monday, September 11 – the day reserved for the India vs. Pakistan Asia Cup 2023 Super 4 match. Some journalists and fans shared updates from Colombo, where the India vs. Pakistan Super 4 match will begin on Monday at 3 PM IST on RTV. The match is scheduled to resume at the Premadasa Stadium.
Pakistan journalist Saleem Khaliq also shared a video of rain lashing Colombo.
Indian Journalist Vikrant Gupta tweeted a video of rain in Colombo on his official Twitter account with the caption:
“Not so good in Colombo. It’s raining early morning. #AsiaCup2023 #INDvsPAK.”
However, the weather forecast for the rest of the day in Colombo is not so good, so fans will have to be cautious once again.
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Colombo Weather Forecast For Monday, September 11
The India-Pakistan Asia Cup 2023 Super 4 match had to be shifted to the reserve day after the game in Colombo was abandoned due to rain on Sunday. Unfortunately, the weather forecast for Monday is also not very good. According to AccuWeather, the morning will be cloudy with thunderstorms. The temperature is expected to be around 28 degrees Celsius. The chance of rain is 89 percent, while the chance of being cloudy can be around 92 percent.
The situation is not likely to change much even in the afternoon. During this period, the possibility of a storm has also been expressed. The probability of rain is 97 percent, while the probability of being cloudy can be around 99 percent.
The weather in Colombo is likely to remain cloudy on Monday as we move towards the evening hours. There is a possibility of rain along with occasional thunderstorms. The probability of rainfall has reduced to 80 percent but the forecast of cloudy sky remains at 100 percent. There are chances of rain even at night. In fact, the chance of precipitation is 100 percent, while the forecast calls for a 60 percent chance of a storm. Cloud cover could be in the range of 95 percent.
When play was stopped due to rain on Sunday, India’s score was 147/2 in 24.1 overs. If the weather is favorable, the match will start on Monday from where it stopped the previous day.