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F1: weather report for the Italian Grand Prix

Europe’s terrible summer continues to serve up the prospect of excitement for F1 fans with the Italian Grand Prix the latest to be the subject of a wet-weather forecast.

Heavy showers are currently predicted for all three days of the race weekend – an unlikely prospect for a venue which almost always enjoys sunny weather.


Rain has spiced up a number of events on the 2008 calendar – not least last weekend’s race at Spa-Francorchamps, when a thrilling late-lap drama was unleashed by a sudden storm.

Of course, the fallout from that one is still going on, and has left many fans less than keen to switch on to Italy – rain or no rain.

The Monza circuit lies a few miles north-east of Milan, so weather reports for that city are the ones to check. Read the BBC’s five-day forecast for Milan here. Click on the above link to keep up with the very latest weather news.

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