2013 Spanish Grand Prix weather
Cool and wet conditions in the eight days of running in February and March frustrated teams as the track rarely got warm enough for useful running. But that shouldn’t be a problem this weekend.
Today’s activity at the track will conclude amid showers that could run into the early hours of Friday morning. After that conditions will improve although the track may still be damp at the start of the first practice session.
The clouds will clear up on Saturday producing the highest temperatures of the weekend, pushing above 20C around the time qualifying is due to start.
There is an outside chance of a shower on race day but the likelihood is it will remain dry but cloudy and slightly cooler for the race itself.
See the radar links below for updated images and simulations of the weather patterns during the weekend:
Location of Circuit de Catalunya
The Circuit de Catalunya lies to the north of Barcelona:
See the location of every race on the 2013 F1 calendar here:
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