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Play was suspended at 13.06 local time for one hour 55 minutes on day three of the Reale Seguros Open de España due to the threat of lightning and flooded greens.
Halfway leader Grégory Bourdy was yet to tee off when the players were brought off the course in Seville.
The Frenchman held a one shot advantage over Spain’s Jorge Campillo, Italian teenager Matteo Manassero and English pair Robert Rock and Danny Willett.
When play resumed Abu Dhabi winner Rock bogeyed the first three holes, while Bourdy became another to three-putt the first and slipped into a tie with Campillo, Simon Dyson and Storm, who made a 15 footer for birdie on the second.
Dyson had also bogeyed the first after going long into sand, but he matched Storm's birdie at the second when his approach kicked off a bank to nine feet.