New Zealand won their ODI series against India after the sides' third and final match saw no result as rain stopped play once more in Christchurch.
The two teams had been hopeful of ensuring the decider would produce an outcome, with the tourists 219 all out at Hagley Oval as Washington Sundar posted 51 and Daryl Mitchell took 3-25.
But with just two more overs needed for the Black Caps to reach the DLS threshold of 20 overs in response, the heavens opened to ensure yet another washout and a 1-0 series win for Kane Williamson's side.
Finn Allen's 57 had helped New Zealand to 104-1, putting them in a strong position to go on and win the match regardless.
Across six limited-overs matches, it marks the fourth instance of rain significantly impacting proceedings, with three no results and a fourth decided by DLS.
India had benefited in the Twenty20 International series, themselves winning 1-0.