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Jimmie Johnson What I said about him earlier this week: When this track was called and#226;and#128;and#156;Lowesand#226;and#128;and#157; it was Jimmie Johnsonand#226;and#128;and#153;s house. For a while it looked like his home field advantage faded but after his All-Star win I think back. In the last four Charlotte races Johnson has finished 37th, 3rd, 28th and 34th. Last … .
The Coca-Cola 600 started under blue skies and bright sunshine at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Off to the east a line of showers and storms began to form. This activity is associated with tropical storm Beryl that is preparing to make landfall later tonight in north Florida and southeast Georgia. That is why the storms are coming from the east moving west. At 7 p.m. ET these storms were 35 to 40 miles to the east-southeast and moving west-northwest at an estimated 15 to 20 miles per hour. This roughly puts the storms arrival at 9:30 p.m. ET if they don’t weaken. RADAR BELOWIf we get rain it could be a 30 to 45 min rain then time to dry the track. Follow me on Twitter @NASCAR_WXMAN and like me on Facebook for the latest weather updates through the weekend.Conditions in Charlotte, NC:Current Weather Conditions – Look at Doppler Radar | Mobile Friendly Site | Mobile RadarSUNDAY:8 p.m. EDTCoca-Cola 600 – Mostly clear – temp: 80 9 p.m. EDTCoca-Cola 600 – Increasing clouds, chc. of storm – temp: 78 10 p.m. EDTCoca-Cola 600 – Partly cloudy, chc. of storm – temp: 7511 p.m. EDTCoca-Cola 600 – Partly cloudy, chc. of storm – temp: 73.