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Plenty of sunshine for final two rounds of PGA

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ST. LOUIS – After a nasty storm suspended second-round play on Friday, the weekend looks clear at the PGA Championship.

About a half inch of rain fell Friday afternoon, forcing officials to suspend play for the day as they worked to dry out an already waterlogged Bellerive.


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Saturday’s forecast calls for sunshine throughout the day as temperatures climb to about 90 degrees, with winds topping out at 12 mph.

For the final round on Sunday, the forecast calls for mostly-sunny skies, a high of 91 degrees, and just a 10-percent chance of precipitation.

So barring an unforeseen delay, the third round should wrap up late Saturday afternoon, and the final round should proceed as scheduled on Sunday.