Real weathermen please advise. I'm no weatherologist but I noticed a "splitting" of the main body of precip, which would seems to me that there is something steering the southern portion of the storm in a sharp easterly direction, while the northern portion seems to be staying onthe same track as the past 6-8 hours. Am I crazy for still hoping that DSM could get bypassed and pickup something in the 3" range? Or is it going to fill back in as the storm moves towards DSM?
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