Sao Paulo, Brazil will host the twentieth Formula 1 race of the season this weekend. UBIMET is the official meteorological service provider, delivering high precision weather information for the teams and spectators. The weather conditions for Sunday look rather cool with an enhanced risk for rain during the whole day.
Race day will see overcast and wet conditions. The probability for some rain throughout the day is
quite high – light and intermittent in the morning hours, more frequent and possibly moderate in
intensity during the afternoon hours due to an approaching weather system. Winds will be light to
moderate from the southeast and the temperature will range around 20 C.
The last rain hit race in Brazil was back in 2012—an uneven concern finally won by McLaren’s Jenson Button following a collision between his then-team-mate, Lewis Hamilton, and Nico Hulkenberg.