The possibility of rain showers affecting the Monaco Grand Prix has shrunk slightly overnight, but the possibility remains after initial weather forecasts suggested a mid-level chance of the race being weather-affected.
So far, the weekend has remained dry, but increased cloud cover over the Principality for Sunday means the risks of rain remain.
A moderate south-easterly breeze will blow over the Monaco circuit throughout, with air temperatures dipping to around 24 degrees Celsius throughout Sunday – much cooler than on Friday and Saturday.
Temperatures will cool to around 22 degrees by the time the lights go out at 2pm UK time, with the prediction being a mostly dry race. However, showers are a possibility during the two-hour race window, meaning the potential for a chaotic Grand Prix is there.
However, there's little sign of inclement weather – Sunday morning at the circuit has been sunny and pleasant, with any rain showers incoming set to arrive from the south-east over Italy.