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2016 F1 Italian GP Weather Forecast – increasing chance of rain on Sunday

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2016 F1 Italian GP Weather Forecast - increasing chance of rain on Sunday

2016 F1 Italian GP Weather Forecast – increasing chance of rain on Sunday

Italy to host the fourteenth Formula 1 race of the season this weekend with UBIMET delivering high-precision weather information as the official meteorological service provider. In Monza, after a wet start on Tuesday, sunny weather conditions and temperatures maxing out above 30 degrees will dominate the week with an increased chance of rain on Sunday.

Tuesday will see many clouds and especially until noon some heavy showers and thunderstorms, even strong thundery rain will be possible. The afternoon brings longer dry periods with some sunny intervals. Moderate northerly winds with a maximum of 25 degrees.

A cloudy start to Wednesday morning with cloud decreasing throughout the day to a sunny afternoon. Dry conditions are expected with maximum daytime temperatures reaching 28 to 30 degrees.

On Thursday and Friday, sunny conditions with cumulus cloud and showers developing to the mountains north of Monza. Light and variable winds with temperatures ranging from 29 to 31 degrees.

Sunny and dry conditions are forecast for Saturday with some cloud developing into the afternoon. Maximum daytime temperatures of around 31 degrees.

Sunday will see higher amounts convective cloud and hence an increased risk of rain, especially in the afternoon. Therefore, the chance of shower activity affecting the race cannot be ruled out. Maximum daytime temperatures ranging from 28 to 30 degrees.

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