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Weather forecast in Zandvoort reversed: No rain during the race after all

Weather forecast in Zandvoort reversed: No rain during the race after all

02-09-2021 07:56 Last update: 10:41
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The theme after the Belgian Grand Prix is of course the weather. During the Belgian GP, cars were barely driven at all due to the rain and with the Dutch Grand Prix coming up, the question is 'how the weather will be in the Netherlands?'. The expectations seem to have improved a bit.

At the beginning of the week, the forecast for the weekend was a bit of a scare for fans. While the Belgian GP ended in a fiasco, rain was also predicted for Sunday at Zandvoort. However, fans can now breathe a sigh of relief as Weather.com now shows different predictions.

No more rain in Zandvoort

For Friday and Saturday, not much has changed in Zandvoort. On Friday a maximum temperature of 19 degrees is expected, and on Saturday 20 degrees. This was also predicted earlier on Monday. The Sunday temperature is also the same. With 23 degrees it is expected to be the warmest day.

Earlier this week, however, it was predicted that there would be a large chance of showers on Sunday afternoon. That chance seems to have decreased. The forecast for Sunday is still partly cloudy, but only a 14 percent chance of rain, as is also the case for Saturday and Friday. The worst showers seem to have shifted to Monday, but you never know what can change.

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