Play set to resume at Celtic Manor
Play in the 38th Ryder Cup at Celtic Manor is due to resume at 1.30pm today after heavy rain returned with a vengeance and caused another lengthy delay.
Six matches - two foursomes and a quartet of fourballs - will restart following a hold-up of five-and-a-quarter hours.
Played was delayed on Friday's opening day for more than seven hours due to the weather, meaning for the first time in the Ryder Cup's 83-year history Monday play will be a necessity.
The 12 singles matches will begin tomorrow at 9.05am, giving the respective captains time to plan their orders overnight.
It is hoped the existing third session can be completed today, and there is a forecast of brighter weather this afternoon.
Assessing the early-morning problems, chief referee John Paramor said: "There is an enormous storm cell sitting out in the north Atlantic, the same one that affected us on Friday, and we are slap, bang in the middle of it."
Europe currently trail the United States 6-4, but they lead in all six matches on the course and are favourites to be at least on level terms overall heading into the singles.
Play on the scheduled final day was delayed due to a waterlogged course, with standing water building in several key areas. The action had been due to start at 7.45am.
Spectators were set to be allowed in to Celtic Manor from 11am. They had originally been kept away from the course as the rain poured down.
As daylight broke, surface water could be seen on many parts of the course, meaning an inevitable delay.