Fans of wintry weather may be disappointed in the forecast outlook from the National Weather Service. The NWS is predicting a milder than normal winter for Delmarva with average amounts of precipitation. Currently the forecast calls for a cooler than normal December, only to be followed by the milder conditions in January and February. We’ll see!
Speaking of cool weather, we are awaking to temperatures in the upper 30’s this morning. The last time the thermometer in Salisbury registered in the 30’s was a record breaking 32 degrees that we reached on May 10. We were also in the 30’s on May 9.
Looking back can be an eye opener. Do you remember times like these?
— Joseph Frusci (@JFrusci) October 17, 2020
Perhaps, with your help, they will return.
— Pete Souza (@PeteSouza) October 14, 2020
Speaking of returning to better times, the Salisbury area will return to above average temperatures for the entire work week ahead. While today’s temperature will reach about 68 degrees, the rest of the week will feature partly cloudy skies with temperatures returning to the mid to upper 70’s.
As Pacific storms push across the Northwest and into the Great Plains, snow may continue to streak across the North Central states into the northern Great Lakes next week: https://t.co/j4exHmUE4g pic.twitter.com/JW4t9CNcWs
— AccuWeather (@breakingweather) October 17, 2020
That is quite a return. I hope we get a good election return as well in just over 2 weeks.