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Batch, 196197 bytes

@echo off
set/ah=1%timeah=100+%time:~0,2%,m=1%time:~3,2%
cls
call:l
set/ah=(h-3)%%24+100,m=260-m
call:l
timeout/t>nul 60
%0
:l
set s=%h:~1,2%~1% 
for /l %%i in (101,1,%m%)do call set s=%%s%%-
echo %s%

Note: 10th line has a trailing space. For me, %time% formats hours with a leading space but minutes with a leading zero. I decided a leading zero was an easier output format, since all I have to do for that is to add 100 hours and remove the first digit. Minutes are trickier as 08 or 09 will cause octal parse errors, so I prefix a 1 effectively adding 100 minutes, adjusting for this by offsetting the loop appropriately, which is a byte shorter than subtracting the 100.

Batch, 196 bytes

@echo off
set/ah=1%time:~0,2%,m=1%time:~3,2%
cls
call:l
set/ah=(h-3)%%24+100,m=260-m
call:l
timeout/t>nul 60
%0
:l
set s=%h:~1,2% 
for /l %%i in (101,1,%m%)do call set s=%%s%%-
echo %s%

Note: 10th line has a trailing space.

Batch, 197 bytes

@echo off
set/ah=100+%time:~0,2%,m=1%time:~3,2%
cls
call:l
set/ah=(h-3)%%24+100,m=260-m
call:l
timeout/t>nul 60
%0
:l
set s=%h:~1% 
for /l %%i in (101,1,%m%)do call set s=%%s%%-
echo %s%

Note: 10th line has a trailing space. For me, %time% formats hours with a leading space but minutes with a leading zero. I decided a leading zero was an easier output format, since all I have to do for that is to add 100 hours and remove the first digit. Minutes are trickier as 08 or 09 will cause octal parse errors, so I prefix a 1 effectively adding 100 minutes, adjusting for this by offsetting the loop appropriately, which is a byte shorter than subtracting the 100.

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Batch, 196 bytes

@echo off
set/ah=1%time:~0,2%,m=1%time:~3,2%
cls
call:l
set/ah=(h-3)%%24+100,m=260-m
call:l
timeout/t>nul 60
%0
:l
set s=%h:~1,2% 
for /l %%i in (101,1,%m%)do call set s=%%s%%-
echo %s%

Note: 10th line has a trailing space.