All of Wednesday's six scheduled ICC European Division One Twenty20 matches were abandoned because of rain.
Only one match started with Croatia putting on 70-0 in nine overs against Group A opponents Norway before the wet weather saw play suspended.
All the fixtures, being played in Jersey and Guernsey, have been re-scheduled for Thusday's rest day.
Currently both of the host islands, Guernsey and Jersey, are leading their groups on net run rate.
Weather-affected Twenty20 games can be reduced to five overs per side.
But Guernsey captain Stuart Le Prevost told BBC Guernsey abandoning the matches was better than the alternative: "No one wants to play a five-over slog so we'll wait."
Guernsey coach Andy Cornford added: "There's a lot at stake in this competition so we want the conditions to be right.
"You don't want to get involved in a lottery and obviously the smaller the game those sorts of things can take place and we want to have as long a duration as we can."
The other teams involved in the tournament are Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Israel and Italy.