By Scott Martin
Looking at the forecast models, a high pressure center will be pushing into Canada from eastern Michigan, and this will keep beautiful weather in the area through most of the weekend. A surface low will develop over Indiana and Ohio during Thursday evening through Friday morning, and will be pushing to the northeast into western Pennsylvania by Sunday morning. There may be a few showers that push through during the overnight and early morning hours on Sunday, but should be out of the area by the time the first race goes green. Clouds may hang around for a little while during the morning, but should clear out by the afternoon. Afternoon highs throughout the event weekend will be in the low to mid 60s, with overnight lows in the mid 50s on Thursday morning, to the low 50s throughout the rest of the weekend.
Doug Schneider, Scott Martin, and Stephen McCoy are race fans and meteorologists dedicated to providing accurate forecasts and timely weather updates at racing venues around the world. We forecast for IndyCar, Indy Lights, Pro Mazda, USF2000, IMSA, Pirelli World Challenge, World Endurance Championship, and Trans Am Series races, as well as major SCCA and NASA events.