I’ve entered a busy forecast week at the right time. High pressure is locked and loaded in the middle of the country, and I am here to execute what I hope will , Low 32be an easy forecast.
At 1154PM, ET, Salisbury was reporting a temperature of degrees with clear skies. Dew points also happened to be in the mid 30s in the Delmarva, so a bit of ground fog in the morning isn’t entirely out of the question. Otherwise, there are no threats to a tranquil night.
High pressure and an unseasonably high amplitude ridge are in place over the east coast, meaning more clear skies and warm weather tomorrow. A strong area of low pressure will be moving through Hudson Bay towards northern Quebec, which will swing a cold front southeast towards the coast. There will be an undercutting trough moving through the Tennessee Valley and an offshore wave in the Bight of Georgia, both of which will work to rob the boundary approaching the Mid Atlantic of any moisture, and Salisbury will merely experience a change in the wind pattern on Wednesday evening.
Tomorrow – Sunny with some morning fog, High 62, Low 32
Wednesday – Partly cloudy, High 64, Low 44
TWC: Tomorrow – A mainly sunny sky. High 63, Low 33
Wednesday – Sunny High 63, Low 45
AW: Tomorrow – Clear High 61, Low 33
Wednesday – Clear and pleasant High 63, Low 43
NWS: Tomorrow – Sunny, High 61, Low 34
Wednesday – Sunny, High 64, Low 43
WB: Tomorrow – Sunny, High 61, Low 33
Wednesday – Sunny, High 64, Low 37
WN: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny, High 61, Low 35
Wednesday – Mostly sunny, High 64, Low 43
FIO: Tomorrow – Clear throughout the day. High 62, Low 36
Wednesday – Partly cloudy starting overnight, continuing until morning. High 63, Low 43
On clear, sunny day forecasts, it’s tough to find a lot of wiggle room in forecasts. I think we’re going to be fairly sunny. Take a look at how far away any organized cloud structures are from eastern Maryland.