NASCAR At New Hampshire: Showers Shouldn’t Interrupt The Race Weekend

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Cold front moving out of the Great Lakes today will spread rain showers across New Hampshire Motor Speedway Saturday night into Sunday morning, but should clear out before the Sprint Cup race Sunday afternoon.

Most of the Sprint Cup activity will take place this morning, the skies should be mostly sunny and temperatures will be cool in the 50s and 60s. By the afternoon, temperatures will be in the mid 70s and clouds will increase out ahead of the approaching cold front.

Rain will increase Saturday night and continue into early Sunday morning as the front moves through the region. Most of the rain should come to an end Sunday morning and begin to clear out with sunshine Sunday afternoon. Temperatures will be cooler with afternoon temperatures in the upper 60s.

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