Saturday, May 18, 2013
Onshore And Nearby Warm Front Bring Additional Clouds
A hodgepodge of clouds and sunshine will rule the region today, with more clouds to our south than to our north as a warm front lies across the Delmarva. Showers will be around in a few spots across far southern areas -- generally south of Atlantic City and Dover -- through the course of the day, bit more numerous in the afternoon and evening but generally in an isolated to scattered fashion.
Today will be a bit cooler than yesterday as east winds off of the Atlantic will provide temperatures that are a few degrees lower than yesterday's middle 70's. Expect highs generally in the 68 (coast) to 73 (inland) range this afternoon. East and southeast breezes will average around 10 mph, a bit higher at the coast. It won't be a terrible Saturday -- just not as ideal as Friday.