Monthly Archives: August 2016


Hermine May Bring High Winds and Tidal Flooding to Delmarva This Weekend

The track of Tropical Storm Hermine has shifted much farther inland this evening and there is high agreement on this among the different numerical models this evening. This increases the risk of wind and rain here on Delmarva Saturday. Coastal flooding cannot be ruled out and some areas may see significant rains depending on the

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Tropical Storms May Bring High Surf, and Rip Currents to Delmarva This Week

By WBOC Chief Meteorologist Dan Satterfield: Hurricane Gaston (Well out in the Atlantic) has been producing high swells and dangerous rip currents on the Mid-Atlantic beaches. I was in Ocean City Md. yesterday evening at high tide, and water came up much farther than normal, with powerful waves crashing on the coast. A Hurricane Watch

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3 PM Regional temps. It was a HOT Friday. The weekend will be a bit cooler and slightly less muggy as well.

Hot Friday but More Livable for the Weekend

Dewpoints will fall from the low 70’s to the mid 60’s by midday tomorrow. Temps. will not be as warm either. Beaches will see a nice sea breeze all day. Saturday:┬áSunny, and not quite as hot. A little less humid PM. High 87-88 (Beaches 82). Wind: NE 5-12 mph (Winds NE 7-14 mph Beaches PM).

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