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Manchester Weather Today – LIVE Updates for 4th Ashes 2023 Test

Manchester Weather Today: Right after the fear of RAIN on the 4th day of the 4th Ashes 2023 Test, hands start to search for “Manchester Weather Today” updates.

The 4th Test of the Ashes 2023 was scheduled to play between July 19-23 in Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester. England are in need to win this game to level the series and stay alive in the tournament while a win for Australia will seal the series victory.

Manchester Weather Today

Manchester Weather Today: With the afternoon session scheduled to start at 01:40 (local time), Ashes fans should note that there is a 53% chance of rain at 02:00 PM. Despite a small reduction for the following hours, the chance of rain is still quite high to ensure an interruption or two on Friday.

Rain – 18 °C 12 °C (65 °F 54 °F)

Periods of rain. Low 59F. Winds SSW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 100%. Rainfall near half an inch. Locally heavy rainfall is possible. Check out the Manchester Weather Today below for all day with Chance of rain and Weather below:

Time Temperature Weather Chance of rain
00:00 13° C Light drizzle 66%
01:00 12° C Light drizzle 87%
02:00 12° C Light drizzle 87%
03:00 12° C Light rain 87%
04:00 12° C Light drizzle 86%
05:00 12° C Light drizzle 71%
06:00 12° C Light rain 65%
07:00 12° C Mist 0%
08:00 12° C Mist 0%
09:00 13° C Light drizzle 84%
10:00 13° C Overcast 0%
11:00 14° C Light drizzle 84%
12:00 14° C Light drizzle 83%
13:00 14° C Light rain 83%
14:00 14° C Light drizzle 83%
15:00 14° C Moderate rain 82%
16:00 14° C Light rain 82%
17:00 14° C Light rain 82%
18:00 14° C Moderate rain 81%
19:00 14° C Light rain 81%
20:00 14° C Light drizzle 81%
21:00 15° C Light rain 86%
22:00 15° C Light drizzle 57%
23:00 15° C Light drizzle 56%


Speaking about the match, England won the toss and opted to bowl first. Australia in their 1st inning scored 317 runs for 10 wickets loss while England scored 592 runs for 10 wickets loss.

Zak Crawley missed his second double ton after being dismissed for 189 by Green. While Bairstow missed his 13th test century by just 1 run. In Australia’s second inning, the visitors scored 113 runs for 4 wickets loss at the end of day 3.

When asked about the possibility of rain arriving over the weekend in Manchester, Josh Hazlewood said: “I’d be very pleased. It’s obviously a forecast but forecasts can change all the time. Obviously, rain and light plays a big part in cricket and has done forever. So, yeah, it’d be great to lose a few overs here and there, and make our job a little easier if I’m hanging in there.”

While England’s Jonny Bairstow said: “Coming in, if there is a bit of weather around, maybe some overheads, you’d like to hope we’re able to create some chances. The weathermen have been right, the weathermen have been wrong, who knows what’s going to happen? We’ll still turn up with the same mindset and that will be to try and take another six wickets.”

The last match of the Ashes 2023 will be played between July 27 to 31 in Kennington Oval, London.

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