By Doug Schneider
A cold front has moved through Indianapolis, however there is still a trough of low pressure in the mid and upper levels over the area. Until this trough moves east of Indiana, there will still be a small chance of a light shower at the Speedway. The radar early this morning shows some isolated showers in the area. I expect that the chance of any showers at the Speedway will be gone before the practice session begins at 12:30 pm. The afternoon will start with mostly cloudy skies, then breaks in the clouds should become more frequent through the middle and late afternoon. Temperatures will remain cool, with a high only in the upper 60s. Winds will be from the north, sustained around 10 mph during qualifying but gusting between 15 and 20 mph at times.