Warwickshire suffered a second successive Pro40 washout as heavy rain swept across Edgbaston after just 18.3 overs of the game against Glamorgan.
Five days after their opening Division Two match against Middlesex was abandoned after just two overs, the Bears were left with another soggy one-point haul after a torrential 40-minute downpour starting at 4pm left large pools of water on much of the outfield.
It was a shame because a decent-sized crowd had defied the dodgy weather forecast and turned up to witness one of the few remaining 40-over contests to be played at Edgbaston before the format is trashed at the end of the season.
In the brief session of cricket that was possible, Glamorgan, put in, recovered well after losing two wickets in the first 19 balls.
Boyd Rankin beat a horribly crooked defensive shot by Gareth Rees and then Michael Powell disagreed with Herschelle Gibbs over the merits of a sharp single and paid with his wicket.
Gibbs struck three fours and a six on his way to 47 from 42 balls and Dalrymple was poised to add another 50 to the two he scored against the Bears in this season’s Twenty20 when the storm broke.