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A part wet track on race day is one thing, in practice it's another altogether. The teams have a limited supply of wet tyres so they don't want to trash a set, which they would do running on such a track.
Anyhow looking at the forecast it's almost certain we're looking at a wet race. Practicing on a partly wet or a drying track won't help much when it comes to practicing for a wet race. And when it rains out there it really rains so a wet track is a very wet track.