Pocono Raceway Weather Forecast: Are We Racing to Halfway?

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I continue to monitor the weather situation through central and eastern Pennsylvania. As of 11am EDT, there were a few isolated showers and storms through central PA moving east, some appeared to become more scattered through western Pennsylvania as a cold front prepares to work across the state later this afternoon. Thankfully the activity is scattered and isolated with lots of breaks in between the negative is how "juiced" the atmosphere is. Lot of available moisture to develop more showers and storms as the day wears on. I don't think that the race is a wash and we will probably start on time, but I think as we get later into the afternoon the threat of rain increases and in my opinion we are racing to halfway and if we get beyond that then any lap after halfway is bonus.

SUNDAY:
1:00 p.m EDT
Sprint Cup Race – Mostly cloudy, scattered showers and storms - temp: 78
3:00 p.m EDT
Sprint Cup Race – Mostly cloudy, possible shower or storm - temp: 78
5:00 p.m EDT
Sprint Cup Race – Mostly cloudy, possible shower or storm - temp: 79

Sunday's Sunset at 8:11pm EDT

MONDAY: (Just in case the race is postponed or moved to the next day)
12:00 p.m EDT
Possible Sprint Cup Race – Partly Sunny, isolated threat of showers, looks mostly dry - temp: 78

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