2017 PGA Championship weather forecast calls for rain, rain and rain at Quail Hollow
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2017 PGA Championship weather forecast calls for rain, rain and rain at Quail Hollow


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The 2017 PGA Championship weather forecast looks to include the chance of a lot of rain at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, N.C., particularly for the final three scheduled days of the championship.

The general weather forecast calls for highs in the upper 80s each day with substantial humidity and very little, if any, wind at the first-time PGA Championship host.

After a fairly uneventful Thursday, the rain chances increase substantially -- especially in the afternoon -- for Friday, Saturday and Sunday. On Friday and Saturday, thunderstorms are a possibility in the afternoon with the potential to be heavy at times. A rainy Sunday is expected, with an 80 percent chance of rain.

2017 PGA Championship weather forecast

  • Thursday: 87 degrees, sunny, 20 percent chance of rain, SE 5 mph winds
  • Friday: 85 degrees, 50 percent chance of rain and thunderstorms (particularly in the afternoon), S 5 mph winds
  • Saturday: 88 degrees, partly cloudy, 40 percent chance of rain and thunderstorms (particularly in the afternoon), WSW 4 mph winds
  • Sunday: 89 degrees, thunderstorms, 80 percent chance of rain, E 5 mph winds




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