9:40 Final update

Storms are really started to show a weakening trend as they interact with the plateau. Sometimes storms strengthen when they reach us, and sometimes they fall apart. They’ve done both today, making the forecast a challenge.

Lightning activity has dropped off, as well. It looks like many of us may not even get any rainfall this go around. However, until that “cold” front pushes through we still can’t rule out more development. As I state earlier, the Storm Prediction Center has now removed us from the marginal threat of severe weather and now has us only in the “general t-storm” risk. You all have a good evening!

I’ll have a full update in the morning, which will include the latest on Barry! The next update is due at 10:00 but I don’t foresee any major changes to the intensity or track forecast.

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