The Chicago Cubs and Atlanta Braves won't play Sunday's scheduled game at Wrigley Field, with officials postponing it due to inclement weather.
The game will be made up on May 14, a scheduled off day before the clubs start a three-game series in Atlanta.
The Cubs rallied for a 14-10 win in Saturday night's game between the clubs despite brutal conditions and the Braves taking an eight-run lead into the sixth inning.
Temperatures were in the 30s, with a stiff 20-plus-mph wind blowing in and a steady rain falling.
More rain and potentially snow were in the forecast for Sunday.
The Braves head home for three games against the Philadelphia Phillies, starting Monday.
The Cubs welcome the St. Louis Cardinals for three games at Wrigley Field, weather permitting.
--Field Level Media