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Canada weather update - rain unlikely 10 Jun 2004

The city of Montreal on the banks of the St. Lawrence.
Canadian Grand Prix, Rd8, Montreal, Canada., 9 June 2002 Juan Pablo Montoya (COL) Williams BMW FW24 leads the field at the start of the race.
Formula One World Championship, Rd8, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, Canada., 9 June 2002 The Canadian fans watch the action.
Canadian Grand Prix, Rd8, Montreal, Canada., 9 June 2002 Race winner Michael Schumacher (GER) Ferrari celebrates victory on the podium.
Formula One World Championship, Rd8, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, Canada., 9 June 2002

Welcome to the Canadian Grand Prix at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on Montreal’s Ile Notre Dame by the St Lawrence River.

The good news for this eighth round of the 2004 FIA Formula One World Championship is that the weather looks pretty benign. It is nice and sunny today, with an expected temperature high of 20 degrees Celsius, and it will be the same tomorrow, with a high of 21.

The temperature will increase through Saturday to a high of 23 on race day, and though there have been some local thunderstorms in the afternoon earlier in the week the weather is not expected to change again until rain comes on Monday.