Delaware has a new 24 hour precipitation record.
The winter of 2009-2010 was the snowiest in recorded history for many locations across Delaware and southeast Pennsylvania. This year marks the 10th anniversary of this incredible season.
Above normal temperatures and near normal precipitation characterized Delaware’s climate in the summer season of 2016.
Wilmington New Castle County Airport set a record for warmest temperature for March 9th.
Residents will long remember the week of February 15th through February 21, 2015 as a true taste of winter across Delaware.
Temperatures around the First State were more like January than November this morning. In fact, several official National Weather Service observing stations reported record low temperatures.
After record low, below zero temperatures for Delaware on Saturday morning January 4th, temperatures shot-up to over 60°F across much of the State early on Monday morning (January 6th).
The National Weather Service three-month outlook for January, February and March 2012 suggests a high probability of continued warmth and near normal precipitation for Delaware during the remainder of the winter season.
The 2011 hurricane season officially ended on December 1, 2011. The season produced a total of 19 tropical storms. Seven of the 19 storms reached hurricane intensity and three of the seven hurricanes were considered major storms.