Sorry for not posting lately, but there has not been very interesting weather lately. This is all going to change this week. In the middle of the week a strong storm will be moving north from the Gulf States. The storm on Thursday should move up west of the Appalachians preventing any snow from falling. Heavy rain and thunderstorms are likely though with this storm as we could see 1-3 inches of rain. Then once this storm moves out Arctic Air will be moving into the area. High temperatures through this weekend could be in the 40s with lows in the 20s. This will likely be the first big freeze of the year. Many of us won't like this weather as most of Delmar will be traveling up to Dover for the Division 2 State Championship to cheer on our Wildcats as they take on Hodgson. If you are one of them who don't like that weather it could get worst. There is a chance that a small piece of the storm that broke off the storm on Thursday could move up the coast forming an area of snow that will move up the East Coast from the Carolinas to New England. If this happens it could be snowing at the end of the championship game through Sunday. Snowfall amounts could be in the 1-3 inch range. This storm is not likely though and you should tune back in through the week as I get more confidence in the snowstorm.