ORLANDO, Fla. – The Great American Race has long been associated with rain, and it seems that the 2024 running will be no exception. While it is still too early to predict the exact timing of rain and storms, the weather pattern leading up to race weekend is expected to be unsettled.
For the most part, Speed Week leading up to the race appears to be dry, with daytime temperatures hovering around 70 degrees at the speedway. However, rain chances are expected to increase later in the day on Saturday, bringing a potential shift in the weather.
As it stands now, the early half of Saturday is projected to remain dry, with the highest rain chances focusing on North Florida. However, rain chances are expected to increase later in the evening. The highest rain chances are anticipated to arrive late Saturday night into early Sunday, potentially impacting the race.
The storm system responsible for the rain is expected to move out into the Atlantic later on Sunday, gradually lowering rain chances by late Sunday afternoon and into the evening. However, it is important to note that the exact timing of the system may change as the weekend approaches. Therefore, it appears likely that at least part of the race weekend will experience rain and storms.
Racegoers and fans are advised to stay tuned for further updates on the weather conditions. The race organizers will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates accordingly. Despite the potential for inclement weather, the excitement and anticipation for the Great American Race remain high.
In conclusion, while the specific details of the rain and storm patterns during the 2024 Great American Race are yet to be determined, it is evident that the weather will play a significant role in the event. As race weekend approaches, it is essential for everyone involved to stay informed and prepared for the possibility of rain and storms.