Three dry but not particularly sunny days are expected for the British Grand Prix weekend.
Britain is enjoying warm weather at the moment and it is expected to remain that way throughout Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Northamptonshire.
Overcast conditions are likely to produce temperatures in the mid-to-low 20s. Little to no chance of rain is forecast.
However the teams will have to watch out for gusts of wind which can make driving conditions challenging at the fast and exposed Silverstone track.
The gusts of over 30mph expected on Friday and Saturday are not too strong but can be enough to disrupt a car in Silverstone’s many fast corners and force teams to adjust their downforce levels if they’re facing a headwind or tailwind on one of the straights.
You can find more detail on the forecast on the Met Office website.
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