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Weather update - warm and dry for practice 23 Apr 2004

Mark Webber (AUS) Jaguar.
Formula One World Championship, Rd4, San Marino Grand Prix, Preparations, Imola, Italy, 22 April 2004 Giancarlo Fisichella (ITA) Sauber.
Formula One World Championship, Rd4, San Marino Grand Prix, Preparations, Imola, Italy, 22 April 2004 Ross Brawn (GBR) Ferrari Technical Director.
Formula One World Championship, Rd4, San Marino Grand Prix, Preparations, Imola, Italy, 22 April 2004 (L to R): Jenson Button (GBR) BAR with David Coulthard (GBR) McLaren.
Formula One World Championship, Rd4, San Marino Grand Prix, Preparations, Imola, Italy, 22 April 2004

No rain expected. Not until raceday that is...

The weather forecast for the fourth round of the 2004 FIA Formula One World Championship here at Imola, the first European race of the season, is better than it was yesterday.

Today temperatures will again reach a minimum of 16 degrees Celsius, but with a high of 21 and it will be as sunny as it turned out to be yesterday. This may be better news than originally expected for the Michelin runners.

Though it may be cloudy at times tomorrow, a high of 22 is expected and there is now zero chance of rain showers as initially predicted. However, it may still be cooler on raceday (17 degree high) and scattered showers remain a possibility.