Devastating tornadoes and wicked thunderstorms battered much of the Southeast US yesterday while we picked up a little rain with the passing of a line of storms overnight after breaking our high temperature record yesterday at 72 degrees.
— Salisbury MD Weather (@SalisburyWx) January 12, 2020
Unseasonably warm weather with highs approaching 70 degrees is expected again today with strong gusty winds. Clouds will give way to some sunshine in the afternoon before they return again on Monday with a slight chance of showers in the morning.
— Salisbury MD Weather (@SalisburyWx) January 11, 2020
Monday should cool down to near 60 degrees. Tuesday’s temps will again reach near 60 degrees with another chance of showers.
The extended forecast is indicating a gradual return to more normal conditions for January with some models beginning to indicate that we may soon have our first 2020 encounter with some wintry precipitation. That should not be in the next few days.