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NASCAR at Texas Motor Speedway weather forecast 2014

Rain doesn't appear to be an issue for NASCAR at Texas Motor Speedway this time around.

The last time NASCAR was in Texas for a Sprint Cup race we had to wait until Monday to get the race finished. That will not likely be the case this weekend. The weekend weather forecast for both the Nationwide and the Sprint Cup Series looks to be very nice.

High pressure dominates today and Sunday. Weather will be cool today but we warm back up as we head into Sunday. There could also be some breezy conditions during the Sprint Cup race later in the afternoon.

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TODAY:
12:15 p.m ET
Nationwide Series Qualifying – Sunny and cool – temp: 48
2 p.m ET
Sprint Cup Series Final Practice – Sunny and cool – temp: 58
3:30 p.m ET
Nationwide Series Race – Sunny skies – temp: 61

SUNDAY:
1 p.m ET
Sprint Cup Series Pre-Race – Partly sunny and breezy – temp: 61
2 p.m ET
Sprint Cup Series Pre-Race – Partly sunny and breezy – temp: 66
3 p.m ET
Sprint Cup Series Race – Partly sunny and breezy – temp: 69
4 p.m ET
Sprint Cup Series Race – Partly sunny and breezy – temp: 70
5 p.m ET
Sprint Cup Series Race – Partly sunny and breezy – temp: 71
6 p.m ET
Sprint Cup Series Race – Partly sunny and breezy – temp: 71