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September 8, 5:30 PM Short-Term Forecast Update

Balint will have more the rest of the night, but here is your 5:30 p.m. short-term forecast update.

Posted: Sep 8, 2018 5:33 PM

Balint will have more tonight, but this is your 5:30 PM update.

Rain will continue to slacken for a bit this evening, then note bands of heavier rainfall re-developing overnight to early Sunday morning.

Banding of steadier rains will become more showery & drizzle with time tomorrow.

Although the strongest winds will be early Sunday, it will still be a gusty, breezy day from the northeast.

Also note the purple bands.  These are gusts 35-45 mph that will pivot up from the south & back in from the northeast overnight-early tomorrow morning.

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