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Wintry Weather Across Wide Swaths of the Country; Heavy Rain in the Mid South

A developing storm will bring wintry conditions from the Midwest to the Mid-Atlantic, including into the National Capital Region; and heavy rain that may cause flash flooding across the Mid-South. In the West, another storm will slide south along the coast with low elevation snow, and 1 to 2 feet in the mountains. Heavy rain may also cause flash floods on the western Hawaiian Islands. Read More >

 

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Wind(hr): 3 | 6 | 9 | 12 | 15 

Max Wind Gust 0-12 Hours 

Max Wind Gust 12-24 Hours 

Max Apparent Temp 0-12 Hours 

Max Apparent Temp 12-24 Hours 

Waves(hr): 3 | 6 | 9 | 12 | 15

Max Wave Height 0-12 Hours 

Max Wave Height 12-24 Hours 

Min Apparent Temp 0-12 Hours 

Min Apparent Temp 12-24 Hours 

Day 1 SVR Day 2 SVR

Observations:

Buoy 44009

Buoy 44009 Wave Height

Brandywine Shoal Light

Cape May, NJ

Lewes, DE

Ship John Shoal Light

Buoy 44091 Wave Height

Total Water Level:

Lewes, DE

Cape May, NJ

Greenwich, NJ

Bowers Beach, DE

Reedy Point, DE

Philadelphia, PA

Hourly Weather Graph:

DE Offshore Lightering

Pilot Boarding Area

Cape May Point

Big Stone

Wilmington Anchorage

Mantua Creek

Townsend Inlet

Absecon Inlet

Barnegat Inlet

Manasquan Inlet

 


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