There will be periods of unstable weather ahead over the next few days. Scattered thunderstorms are again possible this afternoon and evening as Delmarva reaches the mid 80’s.
Yesterday’s rainfall kept temperatures from exceeding 76 degrees…much, much cooler than I had predicted. Please accept my 7th apology of the year on making a weather boo boo.
The 1.46 inch rainfall represented the rainiest day of 2020 at my weather station, bringing the monthly total for July to 5.02 inches. The late July wet weather actually made the month of July the first month this year to register above average. July was also 4.6 degrees warmer than normal.
8/1, 5AM: NHC has moved the #Isaias forecast track slightly eastward, accounting for its now slower motion. Continuing to monitor any potential impacts for the eastern Midlands. pic.twitter.com/DeBnt8FDJ5
— NWS Columbia (@NWSColumbia) August 1, 2020
We will want to watch the path of Hurricane Isaias over the next few days. If the current path continues it is likely that our area will experience heavy rainfall and winds by late Tuesday into Wednesday.
After bringing torrential rain and damaging winds to the Bahamas and part of the Florida east coast this weekend, #Isaias is likely to have some impact on the northeastern United States next week following a potential landfall in the Carolinas on Monday: https://t.co/gPcKIpR2E2 pic.twitter.com/Cswq03RHZw
— AccuWeather (@breakingweather) August 1, 2020