The Northeast region of the United States will be experiencing quite the snow storm today, but if you live south of the Interstate 95 corridor you will not be receiving an invitation to the party.
Temperatures in the Salisbury area will top out in the low 50’s today with periods of windswept heavy rainfall likely beginning around the midday hour. Rain is expected to continue all afternoon and into the evening. As often happens with nor’easters like this cold air will wrap around as the low pressure system departs the area. Temps will likely dip to near or below freezing tonight as skies begin to clear. Maybe folks in the northern portions of the Delmarva Peninsula will see a few flakes of snow, but it is certainly nothing to get excited about. Maybe next time!
— AccuWeather (@breakingweather) December 16, 2020