10/07 Ryan’s “Latest on Delta” Wednesday Night Forecast

The forecast for Hurricane Delta is looking much better, but still a little too close for comfort for me. Each update has remained largely unchanged or inched slightly to the west.

HISTORICALLY, THE HURRICANE FORCE WINDS HAVEN’T EXTENDED TOO FAR AWAY FROM THE CENTER OF THIS STORM, WHICH MEANS IF THIS FORECAST HOLDS WE COULD STRUGGLE TO SEE TROPICAL STORM FORCE WINDS FRIDAY.

Rain chances will also increase into Friday, but don’t appear significant at just under an inch and a half. Basically, expect Friday evening to be on the breezy side with grey skies and scattered showers. As the storm turns and passes to the north, it will drag another line of storms through around sunrise Saturday. After that, drier air moves in fairly quickly. That means sunny skies return by Sunday, and with an early week cold front moving in more cool fall weather is on the way.

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