The cut was made on first-round scores, meaning 68 players will return to the course on Sunday for a two-tee start.
Ladies European Tour tournament director Yvonne Cassidy said: "As a result of overnight rain and persistent rain today we've had to abandon Saturday's play completely. The tournament is going to be reduced to 36 holes with the hope that we can finish play on Sunday.
"But I have been so surprised at how this course has held up because it's been so saturated over the past few weeks with the heavy flooding that they've experienced in this region."
Norway's Marianne Skarpnord has the lead after a 69 on Friday, one ahead of Finland's Minea Blomqvist, South Africans Ashleigh Simon and Stacy Bregman, England's Charley Hull, Sweden's Camilla Lennarth, American Katie Burnett and Germany's Nina Holleder.