Onshore Flow Will Bring Temps Down Some

Rain amounts with a series of weak storm systems passing over the area will be light, and many areas may see no rain at all through Wednesday. Latest forecast model runs indicate less than a tenth of an inch will fall in most areas over the next 72 hours.

Rainfall forecast from NOAA WRF model through 2 PM Thursday.

Rainfall forecast from NOAA WRF model through 2 PM Thursday.

High pressure to our north will develop on Wednesday, and a stronger onshore wind flow will develop. This will bring temps. down along the coast, and inland to more seasonal type levels. Highs will drop to near 70 by Wednesday on the beaches with low to mid 70’s inland.

Wind flow on Wednesday will increase somewhat from the Northeast. Winds will likely be below 14 mph most of the time, especially inland.

Wind flow on Wednesday will increase somewhat from the Northeast. Winds will likely be below 14 mph most of the time, especially inland.

By Friday morning a stronger cool front will be moving into Ohio, and this front will bring Delmarva showers late Friday evening, followed by much cooler air over the weekend.

Forecast map for 8 AM Friday.

Forecast map for 8 AM Friday.

 

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