This weekend, the Marina Bay Circuit plays host to the Singapore Grand Prix, the 15th round of the current Formula 1 campaign.
After the first completely dry weekend for some time last time out at Monza, rain could return for the Singapore event and add a further challenge for the drivers.
Singapore has a tropical climate which makes it hot and humid all year round. The daily maximum temperature is between 30 and 34 degrees Celsius and at night it rarely gets colder than 25 degrees Celsius.
Daily showers are common, and there is sometimes the threat of thunderstorms in the area.
According to our friends at WeerOnline.com, Friday practice is expected to be dry. The chance of showers is small, resting about 20% and the temperature will rise to about 33 degrees Celsius at the hottest time of the day.
However, over the weekend, the threat of rain will increase - on Saturday, the day of qualifying, there will be a 40% chance of a shower at the track.
On Sunday, more showers will develop in the region and the chance of rainfall is over 60%.
However, most of the showers will fall in the afternoon and as both qualifying and the race do not start until the evening hours, it does not appear as though the track will be heavily saturated for the sessions.
On both Saturday and Sunday, temperatures will rise to 32 or 33 degrees Celsius. Once the race commences, the sun will have already set, but the temperature will not cease much.
At the start of the Grand Prix, which is scheduled for 8 PM local time, it is expected to be 29 or 30 degrees Celsius.