After the biblical storms that hit the circuit in São Paulo, what can we expect in the Nevada desert as F1 hits the bright lights and casino’s of Las Vegas?
The Las Vegas Grand Prix weekend is expected to have higher temperatures than originally forecasted, with dry weather throughout the event in the Nevada desert. This is in contrast to previous race weekends where temperatures exceeded 30 degrees Celsius. Concerns about the cold climate in Las Vegas seem unfounded as the weather appears to be manageable for the teams and drivers. According to meteorologists at WeerOnline.com, daytime temperatures during the race weekend will range from 20 to 22 degrees Celsius, while night sessions will see temperatures drop to around 12 to 16 degrees Celsius. Friday’s practice day is expected to have clear skies, cool conditions, and a light breeze. On Saturday night, there is a 20% chance of showers passing through the circuit, but it is likely to remain dry with temperatures reaching 13 degrees Celsius.