Weather update – 9:30 AM Sunday – The bulk of the rain that could impact this afternoon’s racing is over 100 miles west of Homestead. That’s not to say that we could not see isolated showers develop in the interim. The weather driver today is slow moving trough that currently extends across the state, along with a reinforcing cold front. This is currently coupled with a weak low-level disturbance. Add all of this to Florida moisture and it’s a recipe for rain showers and t-storms.
There is a GREAT deal of uncertainty in the timing of the rain forecast. As noted, the bulk of storms is over 100 miles west. However, that would put that line into the track area by mid-afternoon. So we’ll need to monitor the skies for developing showers, along with the longer-term issue of afternoon showers & t-storms.
|Sun. Nov. 22,
|Ford EcoBoost 400 (NSCS)||Mostly cloudy, 80°F,
Showers & t-storms,
Southwest winds, 12-18 mph
|Local radar (Homestead, FL)||Local observations (Homestead, FL)|
|Visible satellite – Florida||Infrared satellite – southeast U.S.|
|All schedule times are EST.
Updated: Sat. Nov. 21, 11:45 AM EST