USNA Weather Forecast
A powerful cold front will pass this evening. Ahead of the front, southerly winds (gusts as high as 35 mph) will surge temperatures into the mid-60s today. A line of showers will accompany the frontal passage in the afternoon and evening. High temperatures behind the front will drop 20-25 oF Tuesday through Thursday. An energy-starved clipper system will pass to our south Tuesday night/Wednesday with a chance for light rain/snow. Temperatures will be marginal in the Annapolis area of accumulating frozen precipitation, and the data trend over the last 24 to 36 hours has favored less overall precipitation, however interested parties should monitor the forecast closely today and tomorrow. At this time, little or no accumulation is expected in Annapolis. Updates will be distributed to the USNA weather email list, if warranted. High temperatures will rebound back into the mid-50s on Friday and low-60s on Saturday.
Five Day Weather Forecast:
- Monday: Overcast, windy, and mild. Showers likely in the late afternoon and evening (80% chance). South wind increasing to 15-20 mph, gusting to 35 mph. High near 65 oF.
- Tuesday: Mostly sunny and cold. Northwest wind 10-15 mph. Low: 28-32 oF. High: 38-42 oF.
- Wednesday: Mostly cloudy and cold with a wintry mix of rain and snow possible (50% chance). Little or no accumulation anticipated. Northeast wind 5-10 mph. Low: 28-32 oF. High: 36-40 oF.
- Thursday: Sunny and seasonably cold. Variable wind 5-10 mph. Low: 26-30 oF. High: 40-44 oF.
- Friday: Partly cloudy and seasonable. South wind 8-13 mph. Low: 30-34 oF. High: 50-54 oF.
Five Day Coastal Flooding Forecast:
- Minor coastal flooding is possible during high tide today at 1913 with maximum water levels between 2.3 and 2.7 ft MLLW.
- Coastal nuisance flooding is not anticipated 07 – 10 December.
ISSUED: 06 December 2021 at 0738
NEXT FORECAST: 08 December 2021
FORECASTER: Meteorologist A.R. Davies | Follow on Facebook
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