Cricket tragics will put up with just about anything to get a fix of willow on leather, but if you're going to take the day off work (or stay up half the night) to watch a televised match, it helps to know if it's likely to be rained out. Weather Underground's provides forecasts for all scheduled ICC matches, with hour-by-hour predictions and Google Maps links to the venue. The same site also offers weather predictions for a bunch of other sports, but cricket is the most relevant to an Australian audience. For further cricket tech, don't forget the official Cricket Australia YouTube channel and the cricket travel tracker
Cricket Weather Provides Predictions For Upcoming Tests
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