Raindrops keep falling….

Raindrops could be heard on the media tent at the Nissan Open on Thursday…But, it was just a sprinkling and it didn’t last long. This is the first year that in a long time there’s no rain in the forecast.
“It should be pretty clear long range, Nissan Open tournament director Tom Pulchinski said. “Itll be interesting to see people out there with a bright ball and sky. That would be called the sun. Were holding our breath.
So whats a Nissan Open without rain?
“A great tournament, Pulchinski said.
According to weather.com, we can expect a high of 69 Thursday, 76 Friday, 75 Saturday and 68 Sunday. Cloudy skies are in the forecast Sunday with a 10 percent change of rain. Monday, there’s a 40 percent chance of rain, so if there’s a playoff, we could see rain aftera ll.

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