The cold front that whipped across the Delmarva Peninsula late last night and into this morning will really blow up into a strong storm in the Northeast today. We will escape its wrath.
Expect showers to end sometime early today. Rain totals near Salisbury should be close to one inch. The SBYwx.blog weather station recorded 1.14 inches as of 5 AM.
Breezy conditions will remain with high temperatures in the mid 60’s. In fact, winds could howl at times and on/off showers could occur at any time.
The worst weather conditions will occur to our north.
— AccuWeather (@accuweather) October 25, 2021
Winds will subside tomorrow under partly cloudy skies. Temps will reach the upper 60’s.