Sunday, December 20, 2009
Snowcover to Last At Least Until Christmas Eve
The snowstorm that we just have will allow for most of the Delmarva Peninsula to receive a White Christmas Eve. This is when a warm-up and a rainstorm will occur. Highs on Christmas Day will be near 50 degrees with rain accumulating up to an inch to fall. This will melt all the leftover snow there is on the ground. After the Christmas Day rainstorm we will have to turn our eyes to another storm. This will be occurring when there is a cool-down. This storm will likely affect us on New Years Day and the day after. A wintry mix should occur with this storm changing over to snow. A warm-up after the storm should melt away any snow that falls. This possible snowstorm is still over a week away so you will have to stay tuned for more details on the two storms.