AUGUSTA, Ga. – The final round of the Masters will be played under partly-cloudy skies, with cooler temperatures.
Though Saturday’s third round featured the heaviest rainfall of the week, less than a half-inch of rain fell at Augusta National.
The forecast for Sunday calls for a 0-percent chance of rain, winds topping out at 14 mph and temperatures struggling to reach 65 degrees. By the time the winner slips into the green jacket Sunday around 7 p.m., it should be mostly sunny.
If play is unable be completed Sunday because of a playoff, the forecast for Monday is mostly cloudy with a 70-percent chance of showers, particularly in the morning. The high is 61 degrees.