Rain and bad light ruined any prospect of Kevin Pietersen making his competitive comeback for Surrey against LV= County Championship leaders Yorkshire on day two at Headingley.
The match had much of the life sucked out of it on a day when the covers saw more regular action than the spectators.
The hosts at least managed maximum batting points as they turned their overnight score of 292-5 into 433-9 declared.
Captain Andrew Gale's innings was eventually ended by Gary Keedy for 148, while Liam Plunkett had some fun with an aggressive 51.
Surrey were 53-1 at stumps, nightwatchman Tim Linley protecting Pietersen and Vikram Solanki at the close.
Pietersen had been hoping to prove both form and fitness but the weather meant the England batsman failed to reach the crease.
He spent a total of 135.5 overs in the field, 39.5 of those on Saturday, and his most telling contribution came when he backtracked quickly in the evening session before holding a tough catch to dismiss tailender Ryan Sidebottom.
With just one Twenty20 match against New Zealand and England's four-day warm-up against Essex before the Ashes begin, Pietersen will be craving a chance to put some runs on the board on Sunday.