Glamorgan's LV= County Championship Division Two clash with Yorkshire at Colwyn Bay was abandoned as a draw on Saturday with no play possible on any of the final three days.
Umpires Mark Benson and Paul Baldwin called the game off at 9.15am with no prospect of play because of persistent rain which had left pools of water on the outfield.
Yorkshire take four points from the contest to three for Glamorgan, who remain firmly rooted to the bottom of the table.
There has been so much rain that Sunday's Clydesdale Bank 40 game between Glamorgan and Durham at the ground must be in doubt unless there is a dramatic change in the weather.
Play was abandoned without a ball being bowled for the second successive day in the clash between Glamorgan and Yorkshire at Colwyn Bay.
Just like the second day, umpires Mark Benson and Paul Baldwin called an early lunch and then abandoned play at 12.15pm because of persistent rain.
With more bad weather forecast on Saturday prospects for the final day of the Division One fixture are not looking good. Glamorgan are due to resume their first innings on 117-3 having faced 34 overs so far.
Both counties have now brought up unwanted landmarks for the season: Glamorgan have now lost 1,046 overs of LV= County Championship cricket in 2012 to Yorkshire's 1,055.
Heavy rain meant no play was possible on the second day of Glamorgan's LV= County Championship Division Two clash with Yorkshire at Colwyn Bay.
Overnight rain continued into the morning, meaning the outfield was too wet to get play started, and after an early lunch the action was called off for the day at 1.15pm.
It now means Glamorgan, who were scheduled to resume on 117-3, have lost more than 900 overs in the County Championship season - a figure that could soon increase with more bad weather forecast for day three.
Mitchell Starc claimed two wickets as Yorkshire reduced Glamorgan to 117-3 on a shortened opening day at a wet Colwyn Bay.
Australian Starc dismissed William Bragg and Gareth Rees as the Welsh county, who had won the toss and opted to bat first, were dealt a double blow.
Their openers had given them a good start too, putting on 55 before Bragg edged the left-armer through to wicketkeeper Gerard Brophy when on 20.
Rees went just three runs later, trapped leg before by Starc having hit three fours and a six in his 67-ball knock of 35.
Spinner Azeem Rafiq claimed the only other wicket to fall before rain ruined proceedings, taking a return catch to see the back of Australian Marcus North for a run-a-ball 14.
Stewart Walters was unbeaten on 37, made in just 44 balls, alongside Ben Wright (10 not out) when play was halted. It meant just 34 overs had been bowled during the day.