On Saturday, we'll have a few more clouds in the skies over Daytona International Speedway, but not enough to keep plenty of sun shining on you to help warm you a little. Temperatures at daybreak will be in the lower 40s and will top out in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees around 1:00 pm. Temperatures will start to slowly head downward after that, reaching the lower 50s by 8:00 pm, and the upper 40s by midnight. Winds will be out of the north to northeast at 6-12 MPH.
During the overnight hours, some clouds will start to build in and skies will become mostly cloudy before daybreak on Sunday. There will be a system that will be passing by just to the south of the speedway affecting southern Florida, but may be just close enough to send one or two very light showers across the track at any point afer daybreak through the end of the race. The chance of rain affecting the track is only 20%, and if any does fall, amounts will be less than 0.10 inches. Temperatures at sunrise will be in the mid-40s and will rise into the mid-50s by 11:00 am, and eventually into the upper 50s to near 60 degrees by the checkered flag. Winds will be out of the north at 6-12 MPH.
Radar will be up and running throughout the event weekend, so we'll see any shower if they pop up on Sunday.