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F1: Singapore GP Weekend Weather Forecast

by on September 19, 2012

The next round of the Formula One season is upon us.  With Europe in our  rear view mirror, we touch down in one of the most interesting places on the F1 calendar.  Under the bright lights, the streets of Singapore are transformed into a battlefield of speed. The slightest error can spell disaster for rivals.  I once made the comment that the night in Singapore is like going to the Monaco GP and having someone turn the lights off.

This time of year, Singapore is hot and humid and prone to sudden downpours and flash flooding.  It should be a fun weekend for drivers and teams as all three days seem to be calling for rain.

Free Practice Friday:

Temperature:
High 32°C Feels like: 42°C

Wind:     
WSW 8 km/h
Gusts: 14 km/h

Precipitation:
Probability of precipitation 63%
Rain: Showers and thunderstorms possible
Thunderstorms: 40%
Precipitation: 10 mm

Qualifying Saturday:

Temperature:
High 31°C Feels like: 41°C

Wind:   
S 8 km/h
Gusts: 14 km/h

Precipitation:
Probability of precipitation 60%
Rain: Showers and thunderstorms possible
Thunderstorms: 40%
Precipitation: 5 mm

Race Day Sunday:

Temperature:
High 32°C Feels like: 42°C

Wind:  
S 10 km/h
Gusts: 14 km/h

Precipitation:
Probability of precipitation 61%
Rain: Showers and thunderstorms possible
Thunderstorms: 60%
Precipitation: 7 mm

Courtesy to our friends at Accuweather and The Weather Network

Author: Ernie Black

Twitter: @Goggs_on_F1

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