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2016 F1 Hungarian GP Weather Forecast – Enhanced risk for rain

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2016 F1 Hungarian GP Weather Forecast - Enhanced risk for rain

2016 F1 Hungarian GP Weather Forecast – Enhanced risk for rain

Hungary to host the eleventh Formula 1 race of the season this weekend with UBIMET delivering high-precision weather information as the official meteorological service provider. In Hungary, a return to summer at first, before unstable weather settles in towards the later half of the week.

From Tuesday to Thursday, fine to partly cloudy conditions are expected as a stable weather pattern dominates the Mogyorod area. Moderate northerly winds on Tuesday will gradually weaken. Maximum daytime temperatures will climb from 26 degrees on Tuesday to 29 degrees on Thursday.

Friday will see sunny and dry conditions with some light cloud to develop throughout the middle of the day. Hence, both training sessions are expected to remain dry. Maximum daytime temperatures of 28 to 30 degrees.

On Saturday, the risk for some showers and thunderstorms will increase. However, most of the day is expected to stay dry, sunny and hot. Weak southerly winds with maximum temperatures between 29 to 31 degrees.

Sunday will bring rather unsteady weather conditions with an enhanced risk of showers and thunderstorms from mid-morning. However, there are big uncertainties regarding the weather on Sunday, hence the risk of shower activity affecting the race cannot be ruled out. Outside of shower activity, weak winds and partly cloudy conditions are expected with temperatures reaching 30 degrees.

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