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Forecast Discussion:

Low pressure off the U.S. Northeast coast will result in another breezy day. High pressure will build over the weekend with generally sunny skies and seasonable conditions. Great weather to get out of the house and enjoy some fresh air, but please also don’t let your guard down! Continue practicing physical distancing which is crucial in the fight against the spread of COVID-19. A weak front will approach Sunday night before stalling/wobbling across the Mid-Atlantic region early next week. The forecast is uncertain Monday and Tuesday with regard to both temperatures and precipitation as it is unclear where the front will be located on a given day/time.

Five Day Weather Forecast:

  • Friday: Breezy with increasing clouds and a slight chance for an afternoon or evening sprinkle (20% chance). Northwest wind 13-18 mph, gusting to 30 mph. High near 59 oF.
  • Saturday: Mostly sunny and near normal. Northeast wind around 5 mph. Low: 42-46 oF. High: 58-62 oF.
  • Sunday: Partly sunny and seasonable. Showers possible overnight (25% chance). South wind around 5 mph. Low: 44-48 oF. High: 60-64 oF.
  • Monday: Mostly sunny and mild. Variable wind around 5 mph. Low: 48-52 oF. High: 64-68 oF.
  • Tuesday: Mostly cloudy and warm with a chance for showers (30% chance). South wind around 5 mph. Low: 48-52 oF. High: 66-70 oF.

Five Day Coastal Flooding Forecast:

  • Coastal nuisance flooding is not anticipated 03 and 04 April.
  • Minor coastal flooding is likely during high tides on 05 April with maximum water levels between 2.5 and 3.0 feet above MLLW.
  • Minor coastal flooding is possible on 06 April, but not anticipated on 07 April.

ISSUED: 03 April 2020 at 0900
NEXT FORECAST: 05 April 2020
FORECASTER: Meteorologist A.R. Davies | Follow on Facebook


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