Sunday's Italian Grand Prix is set to take place under clear September skies in Milan, with a warm and sunny race predicted.
The expected air temperature is around 29 degrees Celsius, meaning a track temperature of around 40 degrees as the 20 drivers line up for the race.
While there's a chance of localised thunderstorms in the mountainous regions of northern Italy, Milan and the Autodromo Nazionale Monza should remain clear and cloudless, with the aforementioned temperatures and only mild wind.
It's essentially ideal weather for Grand Prix racing, with temperatures warm enough to be comfortable but not to the extent that the tyres may suffer on the tarmac.
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