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Will It Rain? Nashville Superspeedway Weather Forecast

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It’s going to be a hot weekend at Nashville Superspeedway as NASCAR comes to town, but will there be any rain? Here is the weather forecast for this weekend’s races at Nashville Superspeedway

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Weekend Forecast (Via National Weather Service)

Friday, June 23: NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Rackley Roofing 200 (7 PM CT)

  • Forecast: Mostly Clear with slight Chance of T-Storms
  • Temperature: 81 ℉ (Heat Index 82 ℉)
  • Rain: 7% chance
  • Wind: NW 5 MPH, but calm in the evening

Saturday, June 24: NASCAR Xfinity Series Tennessee Lottery 250 (2:30 PM CT)

  • Forecast: Sunny
  • Temperature: 90 ℉ (Heat Index 91 ℉)
  • Rain: 0% chance
  • Wind: NW 5 MPH

Sunday, June 25: NASCAR Cup Series Ally 400 (6:00 PM CT)

  • Forecast: Mostly Cloudy with a Chance of T-Storms
  • Temperature: 91 ℉ (Heat Index around 100 ℉) at start, mid 70s ℉ by the end of the race.
  • Rain: 50% chance
  • Wind: SW 10-15 MPH

Nashville Weekend Weather History

Nashville has had its battles with difficult weather in the past. Last year in the Xfinity Series race, multiple drivers overheated during one of the hottest races of the year. AJ Allmendinger and Ryan Vargas were the two that were shown post-race on USA.

With similar temperatures this year, the hope is that the Xfinity Series drivers and teams are well-prepared for the extreme heat they will have to handle this weekend. As for the Cup drivers, last year was not an issue of heat, but rather rain and lightning. The Cup Series saw two major delays last year due to the rain and lightning in the area.

It seems history could be set to repeat itself this weekend, but the hope is that the rain stays away. As far as the heat, the best things that teams can do is to just prepare and adapt. Fans should be on the lookout to prepare for this weather as well.

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