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Weather update for T20 World Cup match between Pakistan and Canada in New York

The Men in Green, having suffered back-to-back defeats against co-hosts USA and arch-rivals India, are on the verge of being knocked out of the mega-event tournament

Weather update for T20 World Cup match between Pakistan and Canada in New York PHOTO: FILE

Pakistan will play Canada in the third match of the ongoing T20 World Cup 2024 on June 11 at the Nassau County International Stadium in New York.

The Men in Green, having suffered back-to-back defeats against co-hosts USA and arch-rivals India, are on the verge of being knocked out of the mega-event tournament. This match is crucial for Pakistan as they seek to secure their first win and keep their hopes alive in the tournament.

The weather forecast for the match day suggests partly cloudy skies, which should make for pleasant viewing conditions. The wind is expected to be calm, with speeds around 0 km/h and occasional gusts reaching up to 2 km/h. This calm weather should provide a stable environment for both batting and bowling, with minimal disruption from wind conditions.

Humidity levels are predicted to be at 63%, which could make the conditions slightly muggy, but not overly uncomfortable for the players or spectators. The dew point is set at 13°, indicating a moderate level of moisture in the air that might not significantly affect the play.

There is a very low probability of precipitation, estimated at just 5%, with no significant rainfall expected (0.0 mm). This should alleviate any concerns about interruptions due to rain. Cloud cover is anticipated to be around 45%, offering a mix of sun and shade throughout the day, which could be beneficial for players looking to avoid direct exposure to the sun for prolonged periods.

Visibility is expected to be excellent at 10 km, ensuring that players and officials can perform their duties without any hindrance.