Breaking News Today – Brisbane Weather for the Ashes 2021-22 Test Series

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The Ashes series is set to begin this weekend and a tumultuous Brisbane weather forecast has thrown everything into disarray. With heavy rain forecast for today and tomorrow, play in the first Ashes Test in Brisbane is unlikely. England and Australia had been scheduled to begin the four-day match at Ian Healy Oval today, but the rain has halted all cricket activities.

The best Brisbane weather is expected on Day 4, when temperatures will reach 32 degrees – ideal for batting. The rain will fall mostly in the morning hours, with a chance of heavy showers during the day. There is a high chance of thunderstorms on Thursday and Friday, while light showers will be seen on Saturday and Sunday. The forecast for the next week suggests that rain will be intermittent, but will not cancel the first two days of the Test.

The Ashes 2021-22 Test series will take place in five venues across Australia. Australia will aim to retain the urn for the second time in three years, after winning the last series in England. England are also eager to break this pattern and win the urn back. Joe Root and Ben Stokes should be the key players to watch in the series. If England are able to retain the urn, the fans will be thrilled to see the team come out in full swing.