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Friday weather report 01 Jul 2005

Olivier Panis (FRA) Toyota with his HANS device.
French Grand Prix, Rd 10, Preparations, Magny Cours, France, 1 July 2004 Nose of the McLaren MP4/19B.
French Grand Prix, Rd 10, Preparations, Magny Cours, France, 1 July 2004 A Ferrari mechanic assembles a fuel rig nozzle.
French Grand Prix, Rd 10, Preparations, Magny Cours, France, 1 July 2004 An FIA flag.
French Grand Prix, Rd 10, Preparations, Magny Cours, France, 1 July 2004

Welcome to the French Grand Prix at Nevers Magny-Cours, the 10th round of the 2005 FIA Formula One World Championship.

As forecast, the unsettled weather that has been in the region recently continued yesterday with a few showers in the afternoon followed by a heavy downpour in the early evening. There is a chance of similar weather today, although if the timing is the same as yesterday it should not affect Formula One practice. An ambient temperature high of 22 degrees Celsius is expected.

Tomorrow will be partly cloudy with a high of 27 degrees and less likelihood of rain, while Sunday should be hot and sunny with a high of 33 degrees.