Come rain or shine, tens of thousands of participants worldwide will once again line up for the Wings for Life World Run at 11am UTC on Sunday, May 5.
And with the event taking place in hundreds of locations in countries all over the world, it looks set to face up to pretty much every meteorological possibility.
From the dry heat of Mumbai and Dubai, where temperatures hit 30 and 40-degrees respectively last year, to the frozen climate of Svalbard, in Norway, there are no universal conditions to prepare for.
Still we want you to perform your best on race day no matter the weather so the Wings for Life World Run has teamed up with global digital weather service Ubimet as its official weather partner.
Ubimet gives runners hyperlocal weather data and highly precise forecasts for their location of choice.
So, sign up for the Wings for Life World Run on May 5 and be prepared for any weather eventuality by checking out Ubimet for the most up-to-date forecast.