2018 PGA Championship weather forecast shows warm temperatures, chances for rain
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2018 PGA Championship weather forecast shows warm temperatures, chances for rain


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The 2018 PGA Championship weather forecast looks to include the chance of rain falling on Saturday afternoon at Bellerive Country Club, and the warm temperatures and humid air could lead to pop-up thunderstorms.

The general weather forecast calls for a small chance of rain during championship days, with temperatures in the high 80s and low 90s each day, cooling through the course of the week. The wind will not offer much relief from the heat, coming in at around 5-7 mph each day. With the humidity and heat combined, there's the possibility of pop-up thunderstorms each day, too.

2018 PGA Championship updated weather forecast

  • Thursday: 91 degrees, partly cloudy, NNW 5 mph winds, small chance of rain
  • Friday: 92 degrees, mostly sunny, W 6 mph winds, 40 percent chance of morning rain
  • Saturday: 87 degrees, partly cloudy with afternoon rain likely, NNE 6 mph winds, small chance of rain
  • Sunday: 86 degrees, partly cloudy, NE 8 mph winds, small chance of rain



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