The severe weather threat has diminished dramatically. The lack of instability from diurnal heating has clearly taken its toll on the squall line, and the decay is quite evident in a recent radar image. What can be expected from this decayed squall line is still some gusts upward of 30-40 mph at the very most as well as very heavy rain.
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