We probably will not be seeing much, if any, of the sun until Thursday. Clouds will take up a permanent residency in the Delmarva area and bring us rounds of rain showers on/off through at least early Wednesday.
The thermometer should reach 60 degrees today and the mid 60’s on Tuesday. By the time Wednesday arrives temps should begin to plummet.
Some forecasters are suggesting that the precipitation could end as a rain/snow mix on Wednesday. I believe it is uncertain at this time.
First issue this week is FROZEN PRECIPITATION chances starting early Tuesday in the south stretching northeast bound into Wednesday afternoon. #LittleRock #MEMPHIS #NashvilleTN and the northeast #i95 corridor cities potentially in play. pic.twitter.com/WcwNgNVzKN
— Jim Cantore (@JimCantore) December 9, 2019
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