For those wondering, the length of an “indefinite hiatus” is about 133 days. I am pleased to announce that my work as @RaceWeather will resume over the next few days.
Going forward, I will be treating the NASCAR weather platform as a job, not a hobby. This will be in addition to completing my PhD in Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Houston.
I will be using the RaceWeather.net web platform for daily updates, while Patreon (Race_Wxman) will host early forecasts, in-week updates & discussions, along with some other benefits, which are detailed on the page.
Please consider supporting the Patreon efforts as a way to facilitate my full-time efforts on both RaceWeather and in my doctoral work.
Thanks to everyone for their patience and in welcoming me back.
Due to extenuating circumstances, effective May 27, 2019, I will be taking an indefinite hiatus from RaceWeather.net. I will no longer be affiliated with the website or its social media. I will be changing my Twitter handle shortly, so watch for that change, as well. Thanks to everyone for years of support. Please watch this space as I am working with BriscoWeb on an automated solution. Thank you!
Congratulations to Martin Truex Jr. and the entire #19 Bass Pro Shops / Tracker Toyota Team for winning the Coca-Cola 600.
For something completely different, check out the Lapped Traffic podcast on Tuesday nights. For Episode #126, the guest was Dustin Long of NBC Sports. For upcoming Episode #127, there will be a look back at All-Star weekend, and Brandon will chat with reps from Michigan International Speedway and FireKeepers. I’ll also provided an early hot weather outlook for the All-Star weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway.