Fay Brought Record Rainfall to Parts of Delmarva

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Areas along the coast of Delmarva were pummeled with record rains from Tropical Storm Fay yesterday in addition to winds of up to 57 mph. For the trivia buffs among us Fay represented the earliest arrival of an “F” storm in an Atlantic Hurricane Season.

In Wicomico County the rainfall measured around an inch in western portions, to between 1.5 and 2.5 inches east of Salisbury.

Fay is not done with America as noted by President Trump. He must have misplace his Sharpie!

Good. He can stay home and study his fractions!

Today will be calmer in comparison with a high temperature near 90 degrees and a chance of an isolated thunderstorm.  It will be the start of an extended heat wave with a good chance that the thermometer will register in the 90’s for the next week and maybe longer.


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