Tournament officials will survey the golf course with the intention of beginning the final round in groups of three off the first and 10th tees.
Aditi, who carded a five-over 77 in the first round, is now Tied-57th and has the two weekend rounds to improve on her position as she gets into rhythm.
Aditi rose 17 places up from T-32 overnight and a good final round could see her make a bid for a second straight top-10 finish. She was tied 10th at Skafto Open last week.
The 23-year-old three-time LET winner finished at 4-under 203 at the par-69 course but would be disappointed at not being able to convert more birdies.
This was the second time Aditi has made the cut at the Women's Open, the first time when she achieved her career-best in a Major with T-22 finish in 2018.
Aditi, who had finished fourth at the Tokyo Olympics, scored four birdies against three bogeys and three of those birdies came in a fine stretch between 10th and 14th.
AIG Women's Open: Aditi Ashok to play alongside American Brittany Altomare and Korea's Sung Hyun Park
The 23-year-old Ashok, who missed an Olympic medal by a whisker, has played the most Majors by an Indian men or women.
While Aditi was sole second, Tvesa Malik (73) ended T-29th and missed out grabbing one of the berths available for the Open.
You know Mirabai Chanu could sleep-lift her way to a silver in her weight class. But at that same time, there's a boy, Saurabh Chaudhury, 19 years of age, shooting at a venue 30 kms away, who has a chance to do better: he can win gold. So that’s who you took a chance on.
Indian golf star Aditi Ashok to participate in Trust Golf Women's Scottish Open along with Tvesa Malik
Aditi will have only the second start in Europe, the first being the Amundi Evian Championships last month. After that, she had a brilliant Olympics with four rounds in the 60s and missed a medal by a whisker as she finished fourth.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: From Neeraj Chopra's landmark gold to Aditi Ashok's narrow miss, best Indian performances
With the Olympics having only just concluded, Firstpost.com takes a look back at some of the best performances from Indian athletes at the Games.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Neeraj Chopra wins historic gold as India's campaign ends with best-ever Olympic medal haul
With the addition of Chopra's gold on the last day of their competitive schedule, India signed off with seven medals in all, including two silver and four bronze, the last of which was delivered by superstar wrestler Bajrang Punia on the day.
Check out some of the key moments from the fifteenth day of competitions in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, in which India collected a gold and a bronze to finish with seven medals.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: At one of most exclusive golf clubs, Aditi Ashok joins India’s ‘heartbreak club’
On Saturday, it was young Aditi’s turn to walk in through the doors, after coming agonisingly close to winning a bronze medal at the women’s golf event at the Tokyo Olympics
Overnight sole 2nd, Aditi finished fourth with a three-under 68 in the final round that left her 15-under 269 overall at the par-71 Kasumigaseki Country Club where world number one Nelly Korda of the USA took gold
It was a heartbreaking end to Aditi's campaign considering she started the day at second. But it was an upgrade from 41st at the Rio Olympics.
Aditi Ashok, ranked 200th in the world, finished two strokes behind gold medallist Nelly Korda in a tense fourth round that was interrupted by rain.
Tokyo Olympics 2020 Highlights, Day 15: Neeraj Chopra scripts history with men's javelin gold; Bajrang Punia wins bronze
Catch all the live action from Day 15 of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics on our live blog
Tokyo Olympics 2020: India women’s hockey team miss bronze by a whisker as Aditi Ashok stays in hunt for historic medal
Up against 2016 Games gold-medallists Great Britain in the bronze play-off, India ended 3-4 but managed to give the more fancied team quite a run for its money and in the process earning some more appreciation from the country as well as their opponents.
Valiant India fall short in women’s hockey bronze match at Tokyo Olympics; golfer Aditi Ashok impresses in third round
Check out photos from Day 14 of Tokyo Olympics 2020