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Saudi Arabian Grand Prix 2022

Jeddah weather: What's in store for the Saudi Arabian GP?

It looks like being a humid weekend in Jeddah for the 2022 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, the second race of the season.

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After a thrilling season-opening race in Bahrain, the 2022 F1 season continues this weekend with the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.

As it stands, it looks like the drivers and teams will be facing similarly warm conditions in Jeddah to those experienced in Sakhir, though there will be a difference in terms of the wind strength.

With thanks to our friends at WeerOnline.nl, here's the current weather forecast for the 2022 F1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.

Humid temperatures in Jeddah

Friday's action in Saudi Arabia will begin in warm conditions, with temperatures set to peak at 26 degrees Celcius. This will continue to rise throughout the weekend; Saturday and Sunday could reach 28 and 30 degrees Celcius respectively.

As is to be expected in the Jeddah climate, no rain is forecast over the course of the three days. The wind is not expected to be as much of a factor here as in Bahrain, suggesting that the atmosphere could feel even more humid.

Both qualifying and the race will get underway under floodlights in twilight conditions, with the Grand Prix set to take place at 20:00 local time / 18:00 GMT. This means that temperatures will gradually drop as the night goes on.

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