In a year turned upside down nothing seems more out of whack than playing the Masters in November, less than two weeks before Thanksgiving. We’ll still see green grass and someone wearing a green jacket in Augusta, Georgia, but we’ll not be seeing the azaleas in bloom like we typically do when the Masters ushers in springtime.
Golf is an activity best enjoyed in good weather. Those on Delmarva who wish to play golf today can enjoy upper 60’s temperatures under increasingly cloudy skies before a cold front with strong winds and showers whips through the area late in the day.
A rapidly strengthening storm is predicted to spawn high winds that could lead to power outages and property damage in the Midwest and northeastern United States: https://t.co/P8yL7Bz1Q8 pic.twitter.com/tsRqu1XdGk
— AccuWeather (@breakingweather) November 15, 2020
Chance for strong to severe winds with a narrow line of showers late this afternoon into the evening. Not expecting much lightning but winds could briefly gust 40-60mph along and just ahead of the line #mdwx #ncwx #vawx pic.twitter.com/MTiWW360bn
— NWS Wakefield (@NWSWakefieldVA) November 15, 2020
Winds will diminish on Monday under sunny skies. A high temp is expected in the upper 50’s.