Later tonight, a low pressure system will develop off the east coast of Florida, and track toward the west. This will bring more moisture and lift toward Sebring, beginning late tonight and continuing into Saturday. Rain is likely to occur at any time during this period, but I think most of it will come Saturday morning. Rainfall amounts will probably be between a tenth to a quarter inch. The track will be wet for the late morning Trans Am practice session and second chance qualifying. It will also be breezy as the low approaches the area, with winds 10 to 20 mph. Most of the rain will end by sunset Saturday.
Sunday continues to look like the best day of the event. There could still be an isolated shower in the area, but the odds look good that the track will stay dry all day. Temperatures will warm to around 80, with a southeast wind at 10 to 15 mph.
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