A front will be stalled across Ohio on Thursday, which will bring quite a bit of rainfall. By Friday, that front will push south and east of the track as an upper level trough pushes south across the Great Lakes. So although the front will be clear of the area, the presence of the upper trough will mean a few scattered showers will remain possible on Friday. I think any showers should be light, having low impacts on the practice sessions. It will be cool as northerly winds behind the front bring cooler air to the region, with highs only in the lower 70s.
Saturday is the most uncertain day of the forecast as the upper level trough will slowly push southeast. The question is how quickly it will exit Ohio, and different models have different answers to that. With the trough expected to be somewhere nearby, there could be some isolated afternoon showers that develop. However, any showers that might develop are expected to be brief and light, with little to no impact. With a little more sunshine expected than Friday, highs will reach the mid 70s.
By Sunday, I expect that the upper trough will be clear of the area, although there are some models that keep it over Ohio and produce some showers. I think the most likely scenario is that Sunday is dry with partly cloudy skies.