As Delmarvans honor the sacrifices of generations of Americans who lost their lives serving our nation they will also experience improvements in the recent dreary weather.
Remembrance services in parts of eastern Pennsylvania and New York may have to dodge some lingering showers Monday morning before conditions improve more during the afternoon: https://t.co/Pv4OR86pCY pic.twitter.com/MCbk1qoNRJ
— AccuWeather (@breakingweather) May 31, 2021
Memorial Day will bring a return of sunshine, albeit mixed with clouds, as temperatures rebound from yesterday’s record low maximum temperature to about 73 degrees.
The official low of 56 degrees was recorded at the airport in Salisbury, breaking an 81 year record low that was set in 1940. For the record, the high temperature at the SBYwx.blog station was just 54 degrees, recorded at 3:41 PM.
The first day of June, tomorrow, will likely bring temps near 80 degrees. That will be the first time since last week that the thermometer will have reached a normal daytime high.