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After a sequence of memorable wet qualifying sessions this year in Imola, Canada and Britain, this weekend’s Hungarian GP is also expected to be influenced by the rain.
It will be a major change from the scorching heat in France last time out.
Here's everything you need to know about the weather for the Hungarian Grand Prix
The weekend kicks off as it ended at the Circuit Paul Ricard with temperatures expected to peak at 34 degrees celsius.
There is zero chance of rain on the Friday, but there will be winds of 8mph.
Things start to look bleak as day two begins in Hungary. Forecasters predict a a nearly 60% chance of rain throughout the day.
Temperatures will drop to mid-twenty degrees.
The likelihood of rain decreases on the final day of the race, but there is still a threat the drivers could face wet conditions.
But the wind speed will likely increase dramatically from the previous two days, with forecasters predicting a speed of up t0 18mph.
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