Monthly Archives: November 2015


2015 El Nino Hottest on Record

It’s possible that temperatures in the Pacific will cool quickly, and the 97 event will remain the strongest, but this is very unlikely. On Wednesday, I’ll be posting more about how this will impact our winter here on Delmarva. The image below shows the current ocean temperatures compared to normal. El nino is clearly visible in the Equatorial

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Cold air in the mid-levels of the atmosphere slip down with the advancement of an upper level trough.

From Shorts to Jackets

Earlier this week temperatures on Delmarva were well above average, upwards of eleven degrees for some areas. This treat was short lived as we sank into the chilly November averages this afternoon.   Approaching the area is a second blast of cold air that has forecasts down into the mid 20’s for morning lows. The current

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