I have been back home in Little Rock since 2005 and it has NEVER rained on the Race For The Cure. It's just a fun event to cover with so much energy in the crowd. Our block party at 4th and Main is a ton of fun and I end up without a voice usually afterwards. Not good considering my voice the past couple days. The good news is that it's getting better now.
The two main long range models I look at have two different ideas. The American GFS keeps it dry and very cool while the European is wet and cool. You know how much I love the European model in the long range vs. the GFS, but I'm going to side at the time with the drier GFS. I'll explain below.
|But what about temperatures? This is the GFS at 7AM Saturday morning and it shows readings in the upper 40s to near 50 degrees. If it's sunny, I would expect temperatures to quickly recover into the 60s by the end of the race.|