This weekend the Interlagos Circuit in Sao Paulo, Brazil plays host to the penultimate round of the 2022 campaign.
The track location means that it is susceptible to adverse weather conditions, which have hit the circuit on many occasions in the past.
In 2016, the race was a wash-out and saw a red flag with multiple Safety Cars.
This weekend, rain is set to be present across the weekend. On Friday afternoon, when the first practice session and qualifying take place, there is an increased chance of rainfall in the afternoon and evening, with clouds present all day.
Things look even more damning on Saturday for the second practice outing and the F1 Sprint, with showers likely in the afternoon and evening, with an increased chance of a thunderstorm.
On Sunday, conditions currently appear to be less detrimental than Saturday, however the risk of rain still exists in the afternoon and evening.
F1 has been no stranger to wet conditions this year, with the recent races in Singapore and Japan having rain impact the sessions.
Lewis Hamilton enters the race weekend in Brazil looking to take back-to-back victories at Interlagos, following his impressive recovery in 2021.
Max Verstappen has already clinched the title, with Red Bull team-mate Sergio Perez currently battling Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc for second in the Drivers’ Championship.