Masters weather: What's the forecast for Sunday's final round at Augusta National?

Will the sun be shining when the green jacket is handed out at Augusta National Golf Club?

It was a wet start to the 2024 edition of the Masters, with the opening round on Thursday delayed. But since then, conditions have improved with the sun out to produce the iconic shots that are known to take place this time of year in Augusta, Georgia. But with the sunshine has come wind gusts that has made it challenging to navigate the course.

As with most sports, weather can greatly affect play, but golfers hoping to capture the green jacket or have a solid finish to the weekend should enjoy the expected conditions for the fourth and final round.

Here is the latest forecast for championship Sunday at the Masters.

Masters weather forecast: Sunday at Augusta

Sunday is predicted to be the hottest day of the weekend, with temperatures expected to hit a high of 85 degrees, according to AccuWeather.

"Mostly sunny; nice and warmer for crowning a champion," AccuWeather said.

The wind is expected to be seven miles per hour, but the wind gusts could play a factor with gusts up to 23 mph. There will be 0% chance of precipitation.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Masters weather Sunday: Augusta forecast for fourth and final round