USNA Weather Forecast
Easterly flow on Monday and Tuesday morning will result in partly cloudy skies with off-and-on light rain/drizzle. A cold front will approach the area Tuesday and pass on Wednesday resulting in periods of moderate to heavy rain (1-2” widespread with 3” of rain in isolated locations). The front will nearly stall offshore on Thursday and will interact with two tropical features. Hence, unsettled weather seems likely through the remainder of the work week, and perhaps into the weekend.
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Five Day Forecast:
- Monday: Mostly cloudy with off-and-on drizzle (15% chance) and fog. Southeast wind 5-10 mph. High near 76 oF. Low near 66 oF.
- Tuesday: Mostly cloudy and muggy with fog and light rain/drizzle during the morning (15% chance). Periods of rain/storms will develop late in the afternoon or evening (80% chance). The rain will be heavy at times throughout the evening and overnight. East wind 5-10 mph. High: 74-78 oF. Low: 68-72 oF.
- Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with morning fog and periods of rain (70% chance). North wind increasing to 12-18 mph throughout the day, gusting to 25 mph. High: 70-74 oF. Low: 58-62 oF.
- Thursday: Cool and windy with a chance for rain (50% chance). Northeast wind 12-18 mph, gusting to 22 mph. High 62-66 oF. Low: 52-56 oF.
- Friday: Cool and windy with a chance for rain (50% chance). Northeast wind 12-18 mph, gusting to 22 mph. High 60-64 oF. Low: 50-54 oF.
ISSUED: 28 September 2015 at 1100
NEXT FORECAST: 30 September 2015
FORECASTER: Meteorologist A.R. Davies