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Showers possible for Mexico weekend

NEWS STORY
25/10/2016

As Mexico City heads into the dry season, rain showers are still possible throughout GP weekend.

According to UBIMET, the official provider of meteorological services to the FIA, Thursday in Mexico City will bring a mix of sun and clouds, but it is expected to remain dry.

A light breeze will continue out of the north-northwest, and it will be a touch cooler, with temperatures topping out between 19 and 21 degrees Celsius.

Heading into the race weekend, dry weather is expected to continue for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

This is normal for this time of year, as the end of October is the beginning of the dry season in Mexico City that continues all the way through the winter months.

Each day will bring light winds with skies varying between partly to mostly cloudy. However, some showers could not be excluded during the afternoon and evening hours.

High temperatures will remain a few degrees below average, with highs between 16 and 19 degrees Celsius.

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