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Doppler 13 Forecast – October 25 11pm


6:00 OR 7:00 IN THE MORNING.
AFTER THAT, ALL BETS ARE OFF.
WE HAVE RAIN ON THE WAY FOR
SATURDAY BUT A MORE PEACEFUL
START.
>>GLASS HALF FULL.
>>GORGEOUS SUNSET.
THAT FROM JILL AT THE CLINTON
PRAIRIE FRONTIER GAME.
AND MY FRIEND CINDY TWEETED ME
THIS ONE.
LOTS OF PINK WITH THE SKY
TONIGHT, PROBABLY A SIGN OF WHAT
IS COMING INTO THE WEEKEND.
WE’RE STILL DRY, CLOUDY AND 50°.
WINDS EAST NORTHEAST AT 5 MILES
PER HOIR.
WE’LL STAY CLOSE TO 50°
OVERNIGHT WITH CLOUDS IN PLACE
AND THEN TRACKING RAIN FIRST
THING IN THE MORNING AND RAIN AT
NOON, HIGHS IN THE UPPER 50S.
TOMORROW AFTERNOON AND NIGHT,
WINDS START TO KICK UP WITH THE
WEATHER SYSTEM AND WE MAY BE
TRACKING A COUPLE OF
THUNDERSTORMS AS WELL.
THIS INTENSIFIED JUST ENOUGH TO
BECOME A TROPICAL STORM OLGA.
ALL OF THE TROPICAL MOISTURE IS
MOVING OUR WAY FOR NOW, THE
THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER STAYS
TO OUR SOUTH.
HOWEVER, WE ARE FORECASTING THE
THREAT FOR HEAVY RAIN.
WE SEE SOME SHIFTS IN WHERE THE
HEAVY RAIN WILL SET UP.
WE WON’T KNOW UNTIL IT GETS
CLOSER TO US.
STICK WITH US OVER THE WEEKEND,
WE’LL TRACK THE HEAVY RAIN
THREAT THAT MAY LEAD TO
LOCALIZED FLASH FLOODING.
THE SHIELD OF RAIN FORECAST TO
ARRIVE AROUND SUNRISE, 7:00 A.M.
RAIN HEAVY AT TIMES MID DAY.
THAT’S ABOUT NOON.
WE’LL STOP AT 7:00 TOMORROW
EVENING, THIS IS WHEN WE COULD
HAVE A FEW SCATTERED SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS REDEVELOPED AND
GUSTY WINDS AS WELL.
7:00 A.M. SUNDAY, THE RAIN HAS
ENDED BY AFTERNOON, WE GET A
CLEARING TREND, SO YES, WE WILL
END THE WEEKEND WITH A LITTLE
BIT OF SUNSHINE.
SOGGY TOMORROW, OFF AND ON RAIN.
HEAVY AT TIMES.
MAYBE THUNDERSTORMS AND GUSTY
WINDS TOMORROW AFTERNOON.
58°.
LATE DAY SUNSHINE, 60° ON SUNDAY
AND BACK UP TO 62° ON MONDAY AND

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