It has been pretty much a week of cool, damp weather. Now it is time for a change, and you may have noticed some breaks of sun on Sunday afternoon. Today, Hurricane Joaquin has winds down to 85 mph and is moving away from Bermuda and the east coast and a dry patter will build in with only one chance of rain in Friday. The winds will gradually change, but we still have some easterly flow and high clouds. The waves will subside, but I am sure there will be more impressive storm scenes from Ocean City. Here is a look at our weather pattern this week. Note, it will take a few days of building back up to the 70s but we will get there. Also, what you may have missed from Ocean City.
Related Joaquin Posts
More sights from the beaches:
Sunday Surge: 3 Videos and 3 Photos– Surf Flooding And Sand Left Behind
Wind Pattern This Week
Rain Chance On Friday
Temperatures (at BWI)
Nights and mornings near normal
More Coastal Storm and Joaquin related stories:
- Joaquin Still Cat 4 Now Moving North, Not US Storm
- Storm Water Levels: Animation For Chesapeake Bay
- Tropical Storm Like? 17 Ft Waves Already, Warnings, Tides
- It May Feel Like A Hurricane Despite Joaquin Far Offshore
- 3 Day NASA Video Of Hurricane Joaquin Developing
Search (using the option on the top of this page) for “beaches” and see stories about storms and beach erosion impacting Ocean City this summer.
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