With all of the talk of above average temperatures and dry conditions there are many of us who find it difficult to even think about winter weather.
The ECMWF (Euro Model) medium range model for the next 45 days reveal that the mid-Atlantic may be in store for some above average snowfall between now and the end of the year. The graphic above illustrates that Salisbury may exceed its average of 0.9 inches of snow prior to the arrival of 2024. Areas to our north and west may do so as well. Take it all with a grain of salt as this is simply a model and not a prediction.
With that in mind do not be surprised if we see a bit of early December snow.
No snowflakes on Delmarva today, at least of that variety, as the thermometer will soar to near 70 degrees on a mostly sunny day.
There is an outside shot that some areas could receive some light rain late today into tomorrow morning as a cold front shoots through the area. Early Saturday temperatures in the 60’s may steadily drop towards the 40’s in the afternoon under windy conditions.
Sunday is expected to be sunny with highs near 55 degrees.