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Is this sentence phrased well? Thanks.
The delivery took place concurrently with the storm, hitting the area, was losing power.
The storm was starting to weaken as the delivery took place.
The delivery took place at the same time as the storm, which was hitting the area, was becoming less powerful/fierce.
While the delivery was taking place, the storm was also weakening.
There are rather a lot of ways of saying the same thing. I'm not sure what the relevance is of a delivery taking place and a storm weakening at the same time though.