9:00 pm. update: In the time around the sunset, the rain has overtaken the area, and since then it has been steady with waves of heavy precipitation. So far, the sums have been moving about a quarter to a half inch. The heaviest will probably come in the hours overnight as the storm system nears its nearest pass. Although the rain should rejuvenate in coverage and intensity during the morning, the risk of chills is likely to persist throughout the day as the upper low pressure progresses in the wake of the surface system.
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Until Tonight: Although the rain was slow to enter our territory, it was expected to develop rapidly, from little to a raging thunderstorm. If it has not overtaken your city at sunset (mostly good north), it will do so shortly thereafter. We see moderate to heavy rain in the evening and over night. Rain should tend to rejuvenate in the morning, but it may take a while for it to finish. The gusts last until the 1940s, even though a gusty breeze makes it even colder.
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Tomorrow (Saturday): The rain generally cools off in the morning, but we can cope with a band at the back of the lows which is constantly dropping a bit of moderate rain, at least temporarily. In winter, these are the bands that make some places end with ridiculous amounts of snowfall. When rain arouses you, you can find numbers ridiculous in places, or even surpassing two inches. It should also be a wide swath of about 1.5 inches, maybe a little less or more depending on the location. Very wet, no matter how you think about it. Like 2018 … In one way or another, the rain rejuvenates with time when heights reach into the 1950s and a wind from the north blows at 10 miles per hour.
Sunday: A fast-moving shear system is on The Heels of this storm, but we should have a small window with better conditions that matches well with the Marine Corps Marathon. The Sunday could be quite passable overall, which hopefully results in a window with partly sunny conditions. Heights are in the mid-fifties to about 60.
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