I wrote this for the American Geophysical Union’s AGU Blogosphere: We rarely see tornadoes on the Eastern Shore, but a strong EF 2 (winds near 125 mph) hit Kent Island just SE of the Bay Bridge at 1:30 AM Monday morning. Tornadoes are rare in Maryland and the last tornado in Queen Anne’s County was
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The steadily warming global temperatures are changing our summers here on Delmarva, and with the summer solstice this morning, it’s a good time to look at how different summer is now than in 1970. Most of the area is seeing 3-6 days each summer above 95° than we did in the 1960’s and early 70’s.
Here is the day by day data for Georgetown in May 2017: PRELIMINARY LOCAL CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA (WS FORM: F-6) STATION: GEORGETOWN DE MONTH: MAY YEAR: 2017 LATITUDE: 38 41 N LONGITUDE: 75 22 W TEMPERATURE IN F: :PCPN: SNOW: WIND :SUNSHINE: SKY :PK WND ================================================================================ 1 2 3 4 5 6A 6B 7 8 9