Heavy rain in Italy led to the suspension of Roma's Serie A fixture against Sampdoria on Sunday, while Fiorentina's away match at Genoa has been abandoned.
After 28 minutes of Genoa-Fiorentina, with the score 0-0, the worsening weather made conditions impossible and the referee called a halt to the match.
There was no improvement and standing water on the pitch meant the decision was taken to abandon the game.
The game has been stopped on 28 minutes with the scores level at 0-0 after a torrential downpour at Marassi #GenoaFiorentina-- ACF Fiorentina (@acffiorentina) September 11, 2016
Meanwhile, in Rome, extreme rainfall has led to the suspension of Roma's home game with Sampdoria, with the referee also halting proceedings at the Stadio Olimpico.
Mohamed Salah put Roma ahead, but Sampdoria hit back through Luis Muriel and Fabio Quagliarella as thunder and lightning bombarded the stadium.
With heavy rainfall making conditions difficult, the officials elected not to resume the match after the half-time interval and an inspection is planned to see if the game can continue.