Worcestershire suffered their second complete wash-out of the summer on day three of the LV=Insurance County Championship encounter with Sussex at New Road.
Heavy morning rain led to the inevitable decision of umpires Peter Hartley and Chris Watts abandoning play for the day at 2.50pm
The teams will be hoping for better fortunes when the game reaches its conclusion tomorrow.
Worcestershire will resume their second innings on 34-1 – 75 in arrears – with Ed Pollock unbeaten on 16 and Azhar Ali five not out.
Day two of the previous home encounter with Gloucestershire also suffered the same fate.
Assistant Head Coach, Kadeer Ali, said: “For everyone, it is frustrating when the weather intervenes in such a way.
“All you can do is hope for better fortunes tomorrow, and the lads will be looking to make a good impression with the bat.”