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7:17 a.m. Monday, Dec. 17, 2012, by WBOC Meteorologist Brian Keane

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS ISSUED A DENSE FOG ADVISORY FOR KENT, SUSSEX, QUEEN ANNE'S, TALBOT, AND CAROLINE COUNTIES UNTIL 10 AM. A DENSE FOG ADVISORY MEANS VISIBILITIES WILL BE REDUCED TO A QUARTER OF A MILE OR LESS,

Once the fog lifts, bank on a lot of cloud cover and slight chances for rain today. Expect better chances for rain overnight, as a cold front presses across the peninsula. Look for clearing skies as temps dip into the 50s for the 2nd half of Tuesday. We'll remain dry for Wednesday and most of Thursday, but a more potent cold front will press through Thursday night into Friday morning, delivering colder air & breezy conditions to wrap up the work week, and head through next weekend.

Highs will range from the mid 50s to mid 60s through Thursday, with the mid 40s returning for next weekend.

7:14 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012, by WBOC Meteorologist Brian Keane

Not too much shaking out there today, with a good bit of cloud cover, and slim chances for a little drizzle Southeast.  The drizzle chances stem from a couple of areas of low pressure that will continue to press East today, and open up the door for high pressure to scoot in for the end of the work week.  So after a good bit of sun Thursday & Friday, the clouds will make a come back Saturday, with rain chances returning to the forecast by Sunday.

Expect seasonal highs in the upper 40s to low 50s through the end of the work week, with the mid 50s to around 60 returning for the weekend.

5:25 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 9, 2012, by WBOC Meteorologist John Trout

Late tonight into Monday morning the stalled front that has delivered fog and drizzle through the day will lift northward. We will then be in the warm sector on Delmarva with a SW fetch of winds and 66 for the daytime High Monday, the warmest of the weekdays ahead. Late Monday night a Cold Front delivers more rain chances into Tuesday morning as it crosses the area. Dreary conditions and rains will finally end for the period and drier conditions begin late in the day Tuesday. The average High temp of 50 for this time of year will be exceeded 5 of the next 7 days.

10:33 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012, by WBOC Meteorologist Dan Satterfield

A gloomy day on tap for Friday but it will be milder. Some drizzle or a shower but we will not likely see more than a few hundredths of an inch at most. Milder with perhaps a few hours of sun mixed with cloud over the weekend...

FRI: 32-55 Cloudy with passing showers

SAT: 49-65 Mo.Cloudy with some sun.

SUN: 49-62 Mo.Cloudy

MON: 50-68. Pt. Sunny and windy. Rain after 2 PM.

TUE: 44-51.AM Rain then colder.

WED: 34-49  Sunny but chilly.

THUR: 34-52 Pt. Cloudy

10:24 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012, by WBOC Meteorologist Dan Satterfield

Our changeable weather pattern continues and will do so for at least another 12 days or so. Look for sun Thursday with clouds and some drizzle on Friday. It will warm back to the 60's over the weekend but clouds will linger. We just might see Saturday turn out to be halfway decent with some sun. Another front will bring rain late Monday into Tuesday followed by yet another sharp but brief cool down.

THUR: 31-45 Mo. sunny

FRI: 31-53 Mo. Cloudy with drizzle/ showers.

SAT: 46-63 Mo.Cloudy

SUN: 47-62 Mo.Cloudy

MON: 49-66. Pt. Sunny and windy. Rain late.

TUE: 47-51.AM Rain then colder.

WED: 31-50  Sunny but chilly.

11:38 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012, by WBOC Meteorologist Dan Satterfield

A big cool down is on the way but today will be a transition day with the colder air getting here tonight. The pattern we are in will bring back some milder air by Saturday and rain chances will climb again on Monday. All in all, the next ten days will be milder most of the time but more cloud cover with showers more likely than the last several weeks.

WED: 52-62  Shower early then colder..

THUR: 32-45 Mo. sunny

FRI: 30-52 Mo. Sunny

SAT: 41-58 Pt.Cloudy

SUN: 48-63 Pt. Sunny

MON: 49-64. Pt. Sunny

7:09 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012, by WBOC Meteorologist Brian Keane

No changes to the forecast.

A relatively dry cold front will press through early tomorrow, providing less than a 20% chance of rain.  Even though rainfall will be sparse at best, there will be no shortage of cold air with temps falling through the 50s into the 40s Wednesday afternoon.  Thursday will be the coldest of the next 7 (mid 40s), with temps moderating back into the 60s over next weekend.

Rain chances are not looking all that good over the next 7 days, but we will see another slight chance of showers Sunday into Monday.
 
7:17 a.m. Monday, Dec. 3, 2012, by WBOC Meteorologist Brian Keane

Not as much fog this morn, as a result of the cloud cover that should hang in the forecast & be hit or miss through the day tomorrow.  The front to our North that will provide the clouds, will slide East off the coast, so no measurable rain chances expected to start the week.

We'll see another, more potent front push in from the West early Wednesday, providing rain chances, and dropping temps for the remainder of the week.  Expect less than .1" of rain, but we will see a 20+ degree drop in highs from Tuesday to Thursday.

We'll see a little sunshine to round out the work week, but expect clouds, along with slight chances of rain to re-enter the forecast next weekend.

Highs will fall from the mid to upper 60s for Mon. & Tues., back into the mid 40s Thursday. Temps will moderate yet again for the weekend, w/ the mid to upper 50s returning to the forecast. 
 
7:50 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012, by WBOC Meteorologist Brian Keane
 
Forecast is right on track, with an area of low pressure providing us with showers as it slides off the coast to our South.  Most locations will see less that .25" of rain.

Skies clear out tonight, with tons of sun for the remainder of the work week.  We'll see more cloud cover with slight chances for rain returning to the forecast for the weekend.

Highs will dip back into the mid to upper 40s Wed. & Thurs., then it looks like highs will climb through the 50s for the weekend, and top out around 60 to begin the work week, next week.
 

11:25 p.m. Monday, Oct. 15, 2012, by WBOC Meteorologist Dan Satterfield

Skies will be sunny for the next two days as high pressure builds over the area. Our next rain event will be late Thursday as another front comes through. The weekend forecast is looking better than before with a mix of cloud and sun and almost seasonal temperatures.

TUE: 51-65 Sunny wind NW 9-18 mph
WED: 43-68 Mo. Sunny
THUR: 49-74 PC and breezy.
FRI: 57-73 Pt. Sunny 40%
SAT: 49-66 Pt. Sunny 30%
SUN: 47-69 PC --

 6:44 a.m. Monday, Oct. 15, 2012, by WBOC Meteorologist Brian KeaneWe have a couple of cold fronts headed our way this week. Both will deliver rain chances, and drop highs from the mid 70s back into the mid 60s. The 1st front will push through later on today (best chances for rain through the afternoon and evening), and provide a chance for seeing .25-.5" of rain and maybe an isolated t'storm or two. We'll see mostly sunny skies return tomorrow, with increasing clouds headed our way Thursday, out ahead of our 2nd cold front of the week, scheduled to move through Friday.

 

 

11:04 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012, by WBOC Meteorologist Dan Satterfield

 

A blustery day is on the way for Friday along with cool temperatures. Lows by sunrise Saturday will dip into the mid 30's with a clear and cool day on the way for Saturday. Sunday will be windy and milder but no rain is expected this weekend. We will likely see a few brief showers on Monday as a front comes through but most people will see little or no rain. In the long range this fast changing weather pattern looks to continue for at least another 10 days.

FRI: 40-66  Pt. Sunny 10%

SAT: 44-61 Mo. Sunny

SUN: 49-73 PC

MON: 59-74. Showers

TUE: 54-70  Mo. Sunny

WED: 54-72 P- Cloudy

THUR: 45-60 Breezy and cool.  

11:07 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012, by WBOC Meteorologist Dan Satterfield

Our weather watcher in St. Michael's reported a gust to 45 mph at 10 PM last nigh, but the winds will diminish today as a cool high pressure system build into the area. Another cool front will pass through on Friday and bring lows down tot he upper 30's on Saturday morning. The weather looks nice for the weekend, with Sunday being milder with a few clouds by afternoon.

THUR: 45-60 Breezy and cool. 

FRI: 41-65  Pt. Sunny 10%

SAT: 44-61 Mo. Sunny

SUN: 49-73 PC and Midler PM

MON: 59-74. Brief Showers PM

TUE: 54-68  Mo. Sunny

WED: 54-68 P- Cloudy 

7:13 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012, by WBOC Meteorologist Brian Keane

A little fog out there this morning, but we should see a good bit of sun today despite a cold front headed our way this evening.  The front, although potent, will be moisture starved, and provide less than a 20% chance of rain.  In fact, we'll see two additional moisture starved fronts push through over the next 7 days (Friday & Monday), only providing a slim chance for a scattered shower.

Temps should hit the low 70s today, then fall back into the 60s through the 1st half of the weekend.  Sunday and Monday bring the 70 degree reading back to the forecast, before the 60s return once again Tuesday.
 
8:16 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012, by WBOC Meteorologist Brian Keane
  
The area of low pressure sitting off our coast will keep the clouds in the forecast once again today.  We'll also see a good chances of scattered showers, drizzle, and mist through mid day.  We should see the skies partially clear overnight, then a bit of a warm up for tomorrow, out ahead of another front that will push through tomorrow evening.  The front, although potent, is moisture starved, leaving only around a 20% chance or less of seeing a passing shower.  What we will see is a 10-12 degree drop in our high temp from Wednesday to Thursday.  Expect a mix of sun and clouds, with rain chances not looking likely for the duration of your 7 day planner.

Highs will remain chilly today, in the lower 60s, before winds switch back to the South, allowing the lower 70s back into the forecast for tomorrow.  Highs once again dip behind Wednesday night's cold front, leaving the low 60s in the forecast for Thursday.  Expect the upper 60s Friday & Saturday, with the mid 70s returning for Sunday into Monday. 
  
6:14 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012, by WBOC Meteorologist Brian Keane

Forecast is right on track, with a "cool" front providing a 20-30% chance of picking up a few showers (<.1").  We won't cool down all that much behind the front (upper 70s as opposed to lower 80s) to wrap up the work week and 1st half of the weekend.  However, a more potent front will be pressing through overnight Saturday into Sunday, providing a dramatic cool down, and rain chances for the 2nd half of the weekend.  In fact the models are trending even colder for Sunday (GFS had 56!), with highs likely struggling to hit the 60 degree mark!  It looks as if we could see rain through the 1st half of Sunday, before skies slowly clear to start next week. A little ways away, but it looks like rain chances will return by mid week, next week.
 
7:08 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012, by WBOC Meteorologist Brian Keane
 
Forecast is right on track, with sky high humidity, temps 10-15 degrees above average, with about a 20-30% chance of a few scattered thundershowers for both today & tomorrow.  Expect a little cool down for Friday and Saturday, with much less humidity.  Saturday night into Sunday brings a more potent front that will deliver rain chances, and dramatically cooler air to close out the weekend and begin next week.
Highs will make it into the low to mid 80s today, with Heat Indices in the upper 80s to lower 90s!  Look for the upper 70s Friday & Saturday, with highs dipping back into the low to mid 60s to round out the weekend and begin next week.
 
6:53 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012, by WBOC Meteorologist Brian Keane
 
Forecast is right on track, as the low off to our South, funnels in rain chances for today.  Look for rain chances to sit around 60-70%, and expect .25-.5 on average, with higher amounts possible under thunderstorms.  We'll only see a 30% chance of lingering showers Wednesday, with clearing skies Thursday, and tons of sun for Friday.  A potent cold front heads our way Saturday, providing additional rain chances Saturday night & the 1st half of Sunday.

Temperatures will be a good 10 degrees above average for the remainder of the work week,  with highs in the lower 80s.  Saturday we'll fall back into the mid 70s, with the low to mid 60s returning to wrap up the weekend & begin next week.
 
7:27 a.m. Monday, Oct. 1, 2012, by WBOC Meteorologist Brian Keane
 
Temperatures will feel October like today, with highs only hitting the lower 70s.  We'll warm into the low to mid 80s for the majority of the rest of the week, with a big time cool down headed our way for the weekend.  Saturday we'll see the lower 70s return to the forecast, with highs struggling to hit the 60 degree mark Sunday.

Expect increasing clouds today, as an area of low pressure tracking in from the South for tomorrow.  This low will most likely drop around .25-.75", before showers become more scattered in nature for Wednesday & Thursday.  Dry with lots of sun to round out the work week, but rain chances look like they'll bump up again for the 2nd half of the weekend.
 

 
 
 
  
  
  
  
  

 
  
  
 
 
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