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The Tropical Depression Bonnie update will be completed soon in the blog below.  There is a chance of showers at CMS tonight as Bonnie will make landfall along the South Carolina coast in the midday hours. Right now, the prospects for racing tomorrow night are good. While it is forecast to rain in the afternoon, the chances for rain decreases during the evening hours, And even with a risk of showers in the evening hours, it will more likely be during the brief line of showers.

Sun. May 29,
6:00 PM
Coca-Cola 600 (NSCS) Cloudy, 72°F,
Chance of showers,
North winds, 8-14 mph
Local radar (Charlotte, NC) Local observations (Concord, NC)
Visible satellite – North Carolina Infrared satellite – Southeast U.S.
All schedule times are EDT.
Updated: Sun. May 29, 8:35 AM EDT

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As of 8:00 AM EDT, Bonnie was downgraded to a tropical depression. located near 32.7°N, 79.6°W, about 25 miles east-southeast of Charleston, SC. Tropical Storm Bonnie is moving north at 9 mph, has maximum sustained winds of 35 mph and the central pressure is 1009 mb (29.80 in Hg). All tropical storm warning have been discontinued.

The storm is the forecast to slowly move across inland South Carolina, close to the coast, allowing for 2-4″ of rain (with isolated higher totals). The storm is forecast to weaken and eventually move off to the northeast.

Impacts on the Coke 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway are still a chance of showers as rain bands from the storm move across the area. This situation will be monitored through the day.

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