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Chances of rain shrink as we get drier


(WSIL) -- Hurricane Sally slowing and turning east more abruptly will have an effect on our weather.

The storm moving away will limit available moisture locally, dropping our chances for rain.

Any showers that do pop-up will likely not produce much rain.

Another shot of cooler air is expected to arrive soon, and the passage of another cold front will be the focus for any showers here at home.

The air moving in behind the boundary will bring in fall-like conditions for the weekend.

One of the biggest downsides to this cool dry forecast is the increase in field fire danger.

I will have the latest on Hurricane Sally and our small chances for rain on News 3 this evening.

Jim Rasor

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