WTC Final 2023 London Weather Report: Within the next twenty-four hours, the eagerly anticipated World Test Championship (WTC) final 2023 will begin at The Oval in London. Both India and Australia will enter the championship match expecting nothing less than the ICC Test trophy. For any team to emerge victorious, however, it is crucial that the game is not rained out and that enough overs are played. In 2021, the weather also interrupted the final WTC competition.
Here is a forecast of the weather for every day of the match, from 7 to 11 June, and if necessary, the reserve day as well. – 12 June.
WTC Final 2023 London Weather Report:
Day 1 (7 June): According to accuweather.com, the weather will be “Mostly sunny and delightful” on the day the major match begins. There will be approximately 22% cloud cover, but there is only a 1% probability of precipitation. The temperature will reach a pleasant optimum of 21 degrees Celsius.
Day 2 (8 June): Since the temperature will remain the same as Day 1, there will not be many weather changes. The cloud cover will increase to a maximum of 25%, but precipitation prospects will remain at 1%.
The weather on the third day (9 June) will be identical to that of the second day, with the maximum temperature reaching 22 degrees Celsius. The percentage of cloud cover persists at 25%, and the chance of precipitation remains at 1%.
The forecast for the fourth day of June (10 June) calls for a combination of sun and showers. “Warm and humid with cloudy and sunny periods; a few showers and a thunderstorm in the afternoon,” according to accuweather.com. With the temperature rising to 26 degrees Celsius, there is a 65 percent chance of precipitation, amounting to approximately 2.5 millimetres.
Although only 1.4 mm of precipitation is predicted for the fifth day (11 June), the weather will remain “mostly cloudy and warm” with some afternoon drizzle. There is a probability of precipitation of 65% and cloud cover of 85%.
Reserve Day (12 June): There is a 57% chance of precipitation and approximately 1.0 mm of rain predicted for the reserve day, with 54% cloud cover.
The reserve day will be utilised if the daily Test match requirements of 6 hours of game time and 90 overs cannot be met on any of the five days due to inclement weather.