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F1: GP Of Canada – Montreal Weather Forecast

by on May 31, 2012

Many of you many not be aware of this, however, Montreal is actually located on an island which edges on the eastern parts of central Canada, smack in the middle of the mighty St. Lawrence river in Quebec.  The predominantly French-speaking province is distinctive from the rest of Canada which is immensely vast and somewhat barren the further north one travels from the US border. The changing landscapes provide a whole spectrum of different weather conditions. Who can ever forget the monsoon conditions during the 2011 Canadian GP which saw Jenson Button scoop up a memorable win?

If you are heading to Montreal, bring an umbrella and a poncho.  Still many days away, so the forecast will likely change but it seems as though there is a chance of isolated showers forecast for FP1,2,3 and Qualifying, however, race day is looking dry and warm.  Cooler evening temperaturess, wind and possible showers may keep the track temperatures cooler than ambient temperatures.  Look for some tyre degredation and marbles if the track remains green and slick.

Friday June 8, 2012 :  Isolated showers, High 21 (°C) – Low 11 (°C) 
Saturday June 9 2012:  Isolated showers, High 23 (°C) – Low 12  (°C) 
Sunday June 10 2012: Sunny, High 24 (°C) – Low 11  (°C)

Author: Ernie Black

Twitter: @Goggs_on_F1

Blog: http://thef1poet.wordpress.com

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