Aside from the pre-season snow storm of last year, the weather is usually one of the few predictable elements about a trip to the Circuit de Catalunya and it appears that both the teams and fans alike can rest easy ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix, which looks set to pass without interruptions from the skies.
With conditions consistent across Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the teams will be able to prepare well for a weekend in which they are usually able to hit the ground running anyway owing to everyone's great familiarly with the Montmelo track.
Sunday may be somewhat cooler, with a touch more cloud cover on the chart, which will allow teams to eke out tyre life in the race - apologies fans of mixed up strategy!
Check out the weather forecast for this year's Spanish GP below!
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