60% Chance of Rain for West Indies vs. South Africa T20 Match Tonight

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CLIMATOLOGIST DALE DESTIN’S WEATHER UPDATE FOR T20 TONIGHT:

Expect a 60% chance of rain during tonight’s crucial match between the West Indies and South Africa at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. This marks a 10% increase from last night’s forecast, predicting 1-3 mm of rainfall.

This means interruptions are likely, with rain odds at 3/2 or 1.5 to 1. Additionally, there’s a 10% chance of thunderstorms, or 0.11 to 1 in favor.

Moderate easterly winds at around 14 mph are expected. While the match will proceed, rain interruptions could reduce the game to fewer than 20 overs per side, potentially invoking the Duckworth-Lewis method to determine the outcome.

Showers and thunderstorms are expected to increase significantly after midnight due to an approaching tropical wave.

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