A frontal boundary will be setting up over the Florida Peninsula during the day on Sunday, and this will be bringing a slight risk for a passing shower during the day, mainly after lunchtime. Skies will be mostly cloudy and temperatures will be continued mild. Best chances for rain will be north of St. Petersburg, but I cannot completely rule out a stray shower or two making that far south. Once again, temperatures will start off in the upper 60s at 8AM, and warm to upper 70s for the afternoon high. Winds will start off out of the east-southeast at 4-8 MPH, then shifting out of the west by early afternoon. The chance of rain as of now sits at 30%, mainly during the afternoon hours. If any rain does fall, totals will only be 1/10th of an inch or less.
Radar will be fired up and going on our website and on the St. Petersburg Event Page on the Pirelli World Challenge website. Just click on the link beneath our logo. I'll also have updates throughout the weekend on our @RacecastWx Twitter feed and on our Facebook page.