Updated: Thursday, November 15, 2018 at 4:30 PM by Meteorologist Dan Satterfield:
GALE WARNING ALL WATERS
WIND ADVISORY COASTAL AREAS
Tonight: Rain ending after midnight, windy and turning colder. Low 39-41°. Wind: East becoming West 15-32 mph.
Friday: Windy and very chilly with sunshine. High 49-51° Wind: W-NW 12-28 mph. Wind gusts to over 30 mph possible before 4 PM.
Friday Night: Clear, breezy and chilly. Low 34-36. Wind: NW 3-11 mph.
Saturday: Sunny and quite cool. High 50-52° Wind: Light.
FORECAST DISCUSSION: Rain will continue this evening as a strong low pressure Nor'easter moves over Delmarva. A Gale Warning will remain in effect for all area waters through the night and will continue on the Atlantic through Friday. Temperatures will climb into the mid 50's later this evening, but fall rapidly again after 1 AM as winds turn back to the West to NW behind the low-pressure center. Total rainfall from this nor'easter will be between 0.8 1.25 inches with some spots getting higher amounts. Friday looks dry, windy and chilly with wind gusts to over 30 mph and temps. in the upper 40's north to low 50's over southern Delmarva.
In the long-range, Colder air will remain over the area through the weekend. Afternoon temps. Saturday and Sunday will only be in the upper 40's to around 52, and this about 10 degrees below normal for this time of year! Dry and very chilly weather will continue into Tuesday/Wednesday as well.
Periods of Rain, Heavy at Times, Windy
Mostly Sunny, Windy
Mostly Sunny, Breezy Early
Partly to Mostly Sunny
Mix of Sun and Clouds, Breezy