The weather forecast seems to be a crucial factor as the cricket fans do not want to miss any matches during the T20 World Cup 2022. Weather will have a major factor in the competition’s first Super 12 games. Rain is anticipated to cause delays in a number of games, and the Super 12 games will not have reserve days.
The issue of bad weather has already come up during the tournament’s early rounds. Rain interfered with all three of the warm-up games on October 19; Bangladesh vs. South Africa and India vs. New Zealand were all called off before a ball was bowled, and Afghanistan vs. Pakistan had to be suspended without a decision. Fortunately, rain has not yet interfered with the Group Stage matches, which serve as a qualifying round for the Super 12 with four teams participating. The probability of rainfall was low during the match that was played between Indian and Pakistan on October 23, 2022.
According to weather.com, the conditions of weather for a whole schedule is captured in an image below:
As shown, thunderstorms and showers are expected during the next matches that will be held in Australia. This can have a huge impact on the matches. If any match does get canceled due to rain, ICC might be required to pay out huge amount in reimbursements. But the disappointed fans might not receive much in the way of compensation.