Mostly dry weather expected for the final Sprint Cup series race of the 2012 NASCAR season at Homestead-Miami Speedway. All weekend there has been a stalled front just off the eastern coast of Florida. This has been the focusing mechanism for isolated showers near and around Homestead-Miami Speedway all weekend. Will we see rain? More than likely not but with that front in close proximity to the track we can’t rule them out.

Although there is a small chance of an isolated afternoon shower, I don’t expect a race ending or postponing shower. I am not going to rule out a shower that causes a delay or two but overall I think the likelihood of rain affect the track this afternoon is ten percent or less.

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SUNDAY:
12  p.m ET
Sprint Cup pre-race – Partly sunny, chance of an isolated shower – temp: 80
1 p.m ET
Sprint Cup pre-race – Partly sunny, chance of an isolated shower – temp: 81
2 p.m ET
Sprint Cup pre-race – Partly sunny, chance of an isolated shower – temp: 81
3 p.m ET
Sprint Cup race – Partly sunny, chance of an isolated shower – temp: 80
4 p.m ET
Sprint Cup race – Partly sunny, chance of an isolated shower – temp: 79
5 p.m ET
Sprint Cup race – Partly cloudy, chance of an isolated shower – temp: 77
6 p.m ET
Sprint Cup race – Partly cloudy – temp: 75
7 p.m ET
Sprint Cup race – Partly cloudy  – temp: 73