The French GP is set to be a hot but overcast affair for most of the weekend, with a small chance of thunderstorms on race day.
Max Verstappen has a four-point lead over Lewis Hamilton in the Drivers' Championship going into the event whilst Red Bull have a 26-point advantage over Mercedes in the Constructors' Standings.
Friday is expected to have some sunny spells amid the heavy cloud cover as temperatures reach 30 degrees celcius. Track temperatures could go beyond 50 degrees on the partly resurfaced Paul Ricard circuit.
Saturday is set to have similar conditions to Friday so understanding how to work the Pirelli rubber on the hot temperatures will be crucial at 15:00 CET when qualifying begins.
There is a small chance of rain on Sunday due to the heat in the south of France. If rain hits, it will happen just before the race start at 15:00 CET as the chances of wet weather diminish as the afternoon progresses.
Wind should not be a major factor throughout the three days of running.