The real good news for Sunday is that the severe threat will hold off until after all track activities are over for the day, and the actual activity throughout the day will be scattered in nature. So, it will not rain all day long, but a passing shower or thunderstorm will be possible at any point. The severe threat that was defined in the area on Friday evening has now been move northward. Weak buoyancy and lapse rates will limit the threat over the area. I wouldn't be surprised in the threat area is shifted a little farther north when the new outlook comes out. There will be enough instability that lightning will be possible, but only a very small chance.
You can expect mostly cloudy skies throughout the day with a chance of a few scattered showers and thunderstorms. Winds will start off out of the southeast during the morning but will shift out of the southwest at 6-10 MPH by the afternoon. Temperatures will start off in the mid-60s at 7 AM, but will rise to the mid-70s for the afternoon high. Rainfall amounts throughout the day will be in the 0.10 to 0.20 inch range. You may even see a few breaks in the clouds letting some sun shine on the layout. At this point, I am really scratching my head on the chance of rain... I want to be on the safe side and go 50%, but I believe the chance may actually be less... so I'll go with 40%.
If any thunderstorms approach the area, please listen to the PA and obey the instructions that they pop up on the big screens. Indycar does a great job in warning spectators of impending weather, so trust them this time as well. Radar is up and running on our site. Have a great evening.