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…little change in the timeline as winds in the low 30 mph range and potential gusts upwards of 55 look to peak around 9 p.m. with the High Wind Warning window closing at 1 a.m. Thursday.

While we may catch a glimpse of a wet squall as we hit the overnight low, every indicator points to a rain only affair.

Unless Mother Nature has something bigger instore, I will circle back at first light.