Wet weekend forecast in Malaysia

Hot, humid and wet for second race of the season?

Last Updated: 22/03/12 9:36am

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Georgie and Ant arrive at Sepang

Georgie and Ant arrive at Sepang

It's just as well that the Sky Sports F1 team have packed their brollies because plenty of rain is expected over the weekend in Malaysia.


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The showers that greeted the first arrivals at Sepang on Thursday morning are expected to be a very wet sign of things to come with thunderstorms forecast for the rest of the weekend.

Although the teams and drivers can expect hot conditions, with the high hovering around the 30'C mark, rain has been predicted on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Hmm. That will make it interesting. Very interesting...

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