National Weather Service Monitoring Potential Winter Weather Events


The National Weather Service is monitoring two possible winter weather events that could affect the Eastern Shore.

Key Points:   

  • The National Weather Service is watching two potential chances for winter weather, Thursday into Thursday night and Friday night into Saturday.
  • For Thursday: Rain changes to snow by late in the day as a cold front crosses the region, 1″ to 2″ of snow (still low confidence on specific amounts) is possible Thursday evening/night. This may potentially impact a portion of the Thursday evening rush hour.
  • For Friday into Saturday: There is the potential for a more significant winter storm. Significant snowfall and some icing (especially southeast) are both possible depending on the track of the storm. Continue to follow for the latest updates.
  • Very cold, but dry weather returns late this weekend into early next week.
  • Marine Weather – Small craft advisories will likely end later today as high pressure builds across the waters.  Another round of small craft advisories is likely behind an arctic cold front by Thursday.

Check the links below for updates:  


Call the NWS at 757-899-5734.

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