Wells Fargo Golf Championship Weather Maryland2 min read
Several chances for rain during the Wells Fargo Championship golf tournament in Potomac, MD this week.
WASHINGTON — As the Wells Fargo Championship golf tournament gets underway in Maryland this week, players may have to fend off a few raindrops. Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday will be the driest days of the week, while Wednesday and Friday through Sunday will see a higher chance of rain.
Take a look at the weather each day of the tournament and events.
- 11:00 a.m. – Pro-Am begins – No rain at this time. Some grassy areas may be damp from previous day’s rain. Dry during the day with afternoon temperatures between 74-79.
- Practice Rounds & Executive Women’s Day – Weather will be dry during the day with afternoon temperatures 73-77. Showers should hold off until after 6 p.m.
Wednesday May 4: Official Pro-Am
- 6:50 a.m. – Morning tee times begin
- 12:20 p.m. – Afternoon tee times begin
Temperatures during the morning tee 56-62 degrees. Slight chance of showers. Pathways and grass may be wet. Off and on showers will occur during the day, but storms and rain will likely happen after 2 p.m.
Morning temperatures 56-64. A few clouds, but it is a dry day. Grounds may still be damp in some areas due to previous day’s rain. Afternoon highs low to mid 70s. Showers will hold off until late Thursday night.
- 7 a.m. – Second Round
Showers are likely through the day on Friday. The timing of the rain may shift a bit. It’s possible that at the start of the second round, it will be rain-free with showers picking up in the afternoon. Highs: 60s.
Light to moderate showers. Cloudy. Temperatures in the 50s and 60s. A low pressure system will impact the area.
- 8 a.m. – Championship Round
Cloudy with a few showers likely in the morning. With the low pressure moving east, we may see conditions dry up a little by the second half of the day.
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