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Austrian GP weather - High risk for showers and thunderstorms

Austrian GP weather – High risk for showers and thunderstorms

Spielberg to host the ninth Formula 1 race of the season this with UBIMET delivering high-precision weather information as the official meteorological service provider. In Spielberg, a sunny start to the week with unsettled weather showers and thunderstorms expected later in the week.

Mostly fine conditions are expected on Tuesday and Wednesday with a mixture of sunshine and some fair weather clouds. Maximum temperatures are expected to reach 23 degrees on Tuesday and 27 degrees on Wednesday.

A mostly sunny start to Thursday with showers expected in the afternoon. The risk of thunderstorms also increases considerably throughout the day as well as the risk of strong winds gusts near any shower activity. Temperatures are expected to reach 26 degrees, before cooling down during the rain.

Mostly fine conditions are expected for Friday morning with the risk afternoon, showers and thunderstorms. Away from shower activity, weak winds are expected with a maximum temperature of 25 degrees.

On Saturday, a mostly sunny start with showers and thunderstorms expected to develop during the day with a high chance of the Qualifying being affected. Temperatures are expected to reach a maximum of 24 degrees by early afternoon.

Cloudy conditions are expected on Sunday morning with the chance of some light rain. However, during the day, a mixture of sun and clouds will prevail with dry conditions expected for the race. Weak winds are expected with temperatures reaching 20 to 22 degrees.

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