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Today's Forecast

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Updated on Sunday, November 17, 2019 at 7:10 am. By Meteorologist Heidi Werosta

Sunday: Windy! Mostly cloudy along with showers possible. Coastal impacts likely. High: 49-52°. Wind: NE 15-40 mph.

Sunday Night: Windy! Mostly cloudy with scattered showers. Coastal impacts likely. Low: 38-42°. Wind: N 10-30 mph.     

Monday: Scattered shower throughout the day and winds finally diminish. Mostly cloudy. Coastal impact likely. High: 45-49°. Wind: NW 5-15 mph. 

Monday Night: Coastal impacts likely. Skies slowly clear, but lingering showers exist in the early hours overnight. Low: 36-39°. Wind: W 2-8 mph.

Forecast Discussion:  

The winds will continue to be on the blustery side for the remainder of the weekend. In fact, this morning we have mostly cloudy skies, temperatures are in the 30s for areas inland and the beaches are around 50 degrees, and the winds are gusting to near 30 mph along the coast, from the northeast. The water is warm and that is why there are warmer temperatures along the coast. There are also Gale Warnings in effect for all areas waters through tomorrow morning, with the exception of the Chesapeake Bay as there is a Small Craft Advisory in effect. These conditions are all due to a big high pressure to our north and a coastal low to our south. This is creating a strong pressure gradient and this will keep the winds blustery.

There is also the possibility of scattered showers throughout Delmarva for today, but the big story will be the winds from the Northeast at 15-40 mph. In addition to the winds, there will likely be coastal impacts along the beaches, including beach erosion and coastal flooding. There has already been beach erosion taking place (check out our Rehoboth live cam) and this will likely continue. There are coastal flood advisories, watches, and warnings in effect for the entire Atlantic coastline and for areas along the mid-shore as some areas may be inundated with 1-2 feet of water (if not more), especially during the high tidal cycles through Monday.

There continues the chance of rain for tonight and into Monday as the chances are a bit more widespread across Delmarva, although light accumulations can be expected. 

When it comes to the temperatures for Sunday, it'll stay in the mid to upper 40s to near 50 for highs and lows in the lower 40s to the upper 30s for tonight.

The winds will start to subside through Monday and highs stay in the lower 50s to near 60 degrees for Friday as a high pressure kicks out our coastal low and we'll finally see more sunshine for Tuesday and Wednesday. This will be the set-up for much of next week, with the exception of a chance of rain for next Friday and into the weekend as the next system comes through.

An average high temperature for mid-November is 59 degrees and a low at 38.

7-Day Forecast: Salisbury

Sunday
Sunday's Forecast Image
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  • 39°

Mostly Cloudy, On and Off Showers, Windy

Monday
Monday's Forecast Image
  • 47°
  • 41°

Mostly Cloudy, Chance of Showers, Breezy

Tuesday
Tuesday's Forecast Image
  • 54°
  • 38°

Partly Cloudy

Wednesday
Wednesday's Forecast Image
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  • 37°

Partly Cloudy

Thursday
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  • 54°
  • 36°

Few Clouds

Friday
Friday's Forecast Image
  • 62°
  • 43°

Mostly Cloudy, Showers, Windy

Saturday
Saturday's Forecast Image
  • 48°
  • 35°

Mostly Cloudy, Showers, Windy

Currently in Salisbury as of

  • 45°(Feels like 40°)
  • Overcast
  • Wind: NNE @ 10 mph
  • Barometer: 30.03 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:46:05 am
  • Sunset: 04:49:05 pm
  • Humidity: 86
  • Visibility: 4 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

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