After intermittent heavy showers played havoc with the Dutch Grand Prix, this weekend's Italian Grand Prix in Monza looks set to be run in largely dry conditions.
According to our friends at WeerOnline.nl, Friday afternoon's second practice session has a small chance of being affected by a short shower, though there is a good chance that any rain will bypass the Monza circuit entirely, leaving the day to be run in balmy late summer temperatures of 24 to 26 degrees Celsius.
Come Saturday morning, there may once again be the chance of a short shower, but any moisture should have disappeared by the time the cars take to the track for FP3, with the rest of the day set to be run in dry and sunny conditions with highs of 27 degrees Celsius.
Race day on Sunday is set to be the warmest of the three days, with the mercury rising to 29 degrees Celsius and a 0% chance of rain. Spectators are reminded to cover up, apply sun cream and drink plenty of water in order to avoid getting burned or suffering from heatstroke.
Incidentally, if conditions remain dry throughout the three days of on-track action in Monza, it will be the first Grand Prix weekend without any rain since the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.