Rain looks like it could get out of hand, ahead and behind of Gaston. One of the tropical experts at TWC said earlier Saturday that the Flash Flood Guidance numbers were relativly high and he didn't expect a lot of flash flooding. I believe that was said prior to the spinup of Gaston and the Recon reports. I'll check HPC for their updates.
BANDING PCPN ASSOCIATED WITH TS OFF THE COAST CONTINUES TO
PUSH INTO THE COAST AND WEAKEN. WOULD EXPECT THAT AS THE
STORM INCHES CLOSER ON SUNDAY PCPN INTENSITY WILL INCREASE
AND SUPPORT SOME ISOLATED FLOODING.
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