USNA Weather Forecast
A cold front will move through area on Wednesday evening with strong northerly winds. Temperatures are expected to quickly drop back below freezing overnight with the potential for black ice Thursday morning. High pressure will result in sunny skies on Thursday. Temperatures will gradually warm through the remainder of the week ahead of another weather system set to arrive Saturday night/Sunday.
Note: Regular weather forecasts will not be issued the week February 12, 2018. Please check with the National Weather Service at www.weather.gov/lwx for updates. If impactful weather is imminent, details will be distributed to the USNA weather email list.
Five Day Forecast:
- Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with rain. South wind 5-10 mph during the day. North wind 10-15 mph and gusting to 30 mph overnight. High near 37 oF.
- Thursday: Breezy with clear skies. Northwest wind 10-15 mph, gusting to 25 mph. Low: 22-26 oF. High: 32-36 oF.
- Friday: Mostly cloudy and seasonable. South wind increasing to 10-15 mph, gusting to 25 mph. Low: 30-34 oF. High: 42-46 oF.
- Saturday: Seasonably warm with rain developing in the afternoon (70% chance). Southeast wind around 5 mph. Low: 32-36 oF. High: 48-52 oF.
- Sunday: Mild with periods of rain (80% chance). West wind 5-10 mph. Low: 40-44 oF. High: 52-56 oF.
ISSUED: 07 February 2018 at 1430
NEXT FORECAST: 09 February 2018
STUDENT FORECASTER(S): MIDN 3/C Jackson, 3/C Swanson, 3/C Fagan
FORECASTER: Meteorologist A.R. Davies
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