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#F1 – British GP – REVISED SILVERSTONE WEATHER FORECAST

by on July 4, 2012

Here is your REVISED  forecast for the British GP Weekend in Silverstone.  It seems there has been a alight change.  While it seems it will still be wet, Saturday qualifying may not be as wet and Sunday will be cooler than expected.  Cross winds may play a part in destabilizing the cars which will make setup and driving tricky.  There is certainly the promise of a great race weekend in the cards.

Friday – Periods Of Rain

High 21°C – Low of 10°C
Wind: 10 km/h
Wind Direction: S
Gusts: 14 km/h
Max UV Index: 4 (Moderate)
Probability of Precipitation: 65%
Rain: 6 mm
Hours of Rain: 3.5 hrs

Saturday – Pop Up Showers

High 20°C – Low of 12°C
Wind: 6 km/h
Wind Direction: SSE
Gusts: 10 km/h
Max UV Index: 6 (Moderate-High)
Probability of Precipitation: 60%
Precipitation: 2 mm
Hours of Rain: 2 hrs

Sunday – Periods Of Rain

High 18°C – Low of 12°C
Wind: 6 km/h
Wind Direction: N
Gusts: 11 km/h
Max UV Index: 3 (Low-Moderate)
Precipitation 66%
Rain: 7 mm
Hours of Rain: 3.5 hrs

Courtesy of Accuweather and The Weather Network

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