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Weather Forecast for the New Hampshire NASCAR Race Weekend

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The NASCAR Cup Series rolls into Loudon, New Hampshire, this weekend for their only visit. Unfortunately, rain looks set to impact the third consecutive race weekend. Here is the weather forecast for this weekend at New Hampshire.

Weekend Forecast (via National Weather Service)

Friday, July 14: Xfinity Practice/Qualifying

  • Forecast: Heavy Rain; FLOOD WATCH until 11 PM ET
  • Temperature: High 79℉
  • Rain: 65% Chance
  • Wind: SW 9 MPH

Saturday, July 15: Xfinity Series Ambetter Health 200 (3:00 PM ET)

  • Forecast: Chance of Thunderstorms/Fog
  • Temperature: High 82℉ (Heat Index 87℉)
  • Rain: 30% Chance
  • Wind S 6 MPH

Sunday, July 16: Cup Series Crayon 301 (2:30 PM ET)

  • Forecast: Heavy Rain and Areas of Fog
  • Temperature: High 80℉ (Heat Index 84℉)
  • Rain: 84% Chance
  • Wind: SSW 9 MPH

History of Weather at New Hampshire

New Hampshire has never had a race postponed to Monday due to rain, but it has had five races in its’ history be shortened by rain. Joey Logano won his first career race in a rain shortened event on June 28, 2009, after the rain came through with 35 laps to go.

Another rain-related moment at New Hampshire came in 2021. Rain started pelting the track during the opening laps, and race leaders Kyle Busch, Martin Truex Jr., and Denny Hamlin all wrecked. The race went into a red flag, and it was shortened by eight laps due to impending darkness.

Weather impacting New Hampshire races is not a new thing. Unfortunately, this may be another weekend where that is the case.

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