After a wet and wild Saturday at Spa-Francorchamps, Sunday looks set to be more of the same with weather conditions threatening a rain-affected Belgian Grand Prix.
The latest weather forecast, courtesy of our friends at WeerOnline.nl, is that the track will be wet and cold, even if it's not specifically raining during the 44-lap race.
It's set to be changeable and chilly in the Ardennes forest region, with lots of cloud cover and regular rain showers, while overnight, it's been misty and foggy.
A grey Sunday morning with low clouds and fog will give way to some rain coming in from the north, and it will be wet as it approaches race time. However, the chance of rain falling during the race is reasonably low. But due to the temperature and cloud cover, the track looks set to remain damp and tricky throughout the race.
With low track temperatures due to an air temperature of around 12 degrees celsius, grip will be at a premium for the drivers as highest temperatures are forecast to only hit around 15 degrees.
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