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2022 Brazilian GP weather report: What conditions awaits the drivers?

Formula 1 gears up for the penultimate round of the 2022 season. Here is a detailed weather report for the expected conditions at the 2022 Brazilian GP.

Prediction of weather is always a tricky task; however, early reports indicate that we are bound to see some rain.

Interlagos is famous for the wet races and has a history of some famous wet weather drives. Now, the reports indicate a possibility of another wet race.

Initial forecasts indicate Saturday to be the wettest day of all. Since it is a sprint weekend therefore qualifying will take place on Friday. Reports indicate heavy chances of rain during Sprint.

Here is detailed information about the expected weather in Sao Paulo this weekend for the Brazilian GP:

Friday, 11 November 2022

The conditions will remain cloudy with a thunderstorm around a couple of spots in the afternoon. Momentary wind gusts moving at 35 km/h are expected along with winds blowing at 11 km/h. Chances of thunderstorms loom at 29%.

Maximum temperature: predicted maximum temperature looms at 25°C.
Minimum temperature: predicted minimum temperature looms at 18°C.
probability of rain stays at 49%.

Saturday, 12 November 2022

Conditions will again mostly remain cloudy with one or two thunderstorms during the morning. In the afternoon, conditions are expected to be similar with continuous rain and thunderstorm during the period of the sprint qualifying. The wind gusts will top at 30 km/h with winds blowing at 9 km/h in the Northward direction. The chance of a thunderstorm sits at 49%.

Maximum temperature: predicted maximum temperature looms at 24°C.
Minimum temperature: predicted minimum temperature looms at 18°C.
probability of rain stays at 70%.

Sunday, 13 November 2022

As lights go out in Interlagos at 3 PM local time, they are expected to be under heavy clouds and rain with the probability of a thunderstorm also there. Wind gusts of 30 km/h followed by winds moving at 9 km/h in the Northward direction. The chance of a thunderstorm sits at 43%.

Maximum temperature: predicted maximum temperature looms at 26°C.
Minimum temperature: predicted minimum temperature looms at 19°C.
probability of rain stays at 71%.

Reports are all in for a thrilling wet race, but whether the weather might be too much for the race to commence. We already have examples of multiple races getting ruined due to weather. Some get postponed ruining the experience and some even get canceled destroying the fans’ experience.

Click here to know how and where you can watch the Sao Paulo/ Brazilian Grand Prix live along with the timings of the events.

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