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: Cape Gazette WEATHER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 2012 39 Wild Delmarva )) Kevin Fleming . Cold fish A DUSTING OF SNOW covers the fishing pier in Cape Henlopen State Park. The pier is popular in warmer months, but there were no footprints in the snow on this cold, winter morning. PHOTOGRAPH BY KEVIN FLEMING Today Wed nesday Thursday [nen y Delignt~l with times of clouds Clouds and sun with a shower Variable clouds with t-storms clouds ano sun possible: mild Possible; windy High 50-54 Low 39-43 57-61 / 43-47 61-65 / 49-53 65-69 / 39-43 UV Index: 3 UV Index: 3 UV Index: 3 UV Index: 2 The higher the AccuWeather.com UV Index" number, the greater the need for eye and skin protection. 0-2 Low: 3-5 Moderate: 6-7 High; 8-10 High; 11+ Extreme. Almanac Georgetown statistics for Feb, 13 ~o - Feb. 19; Temperatures High for the week 56 Lowfor [ne weeK 22 Normal high 47 Normal low 27 Average temperature 40.8 Normal average temoerature 37.3 Precipitation Total for the week 0.16' Total for the month 0.96" Normal for the month 2.03" Total for the year 2.87" Normal for the year 5.60" Heating Degree Days Degree oays past weeK 168 Total degree days since July 1 2474 Normal degree days s~nce July " 3125 ndex of fuel consumption indicating how many aegrees me average temperature fe below 65 degrees for the day. Delaware's Cape Region Forecasts and Primehook Beach graphics provided oy AccuWeather, Inc. @2012 I Beach Henlopen , North, Shores Henlopen Acres ,Dewey Beach Inlet bores South Bethany gee The moon ana ItS relawe alstance to the earrn affects tides on a month, basis. When the moon is farthest from me eaRn apogee), r~aes of decreased range or currents of decreased sDeed occur. When the modn is ClOSeSt 1:o 1:he earn (perigee), the occurrence of increasea range or currents of sueea is more prevalent. Date Time Apogee Feb. 27 9:03 a.m, Perigee Mar. 10 5:03 a,m Apoqee Feb. 26 2:05 a.m SUN/MOON : Sunrise Sunset Today 6:45 a.m5:44 D.rr Wednesday 6:43 a.m. 5:45 u.m. Thursday 6:42 a.m. 5:46 u.m Friday 6:41 a.m5:47 u.m Saturday 6:39 a.m. 5:48 u.m Fenwick Island New First Feb 21 Feb 29 Full Last Mar 8 Mar 14 Partly sunny Saturday windy and cooler 47-51 ! 33-37 UV Index: 4 Surf and Wind Report Today: Wind from the south at 10-20 knots. Wave nelghts 1-3 feet. Visibility generally c~ear. Wednesday: Wind from the southwest at 10-20 knots. Wave heights 1-3 feet Visibility unrestricted. Thursday: Wind sou[nwes[ at 10-20 knots. Wave neLgnts 2-4 feet. Visibility under 3 miles in a shower Friday: Wind west 12-25 knots. Wave,&: 4-7 feet, Visibility under 2 miles in snowers and thunderstorms Saturday: Wind from the west-north= west at 10-20 knots, Wave heic hts 3-5" feet. Visibility generally clear Today: Winds south 8-16 Knots swell east 2-4 ft. with a 9 Beach Re ort second period. - " - P -- ... ~ ' ~ , Breezy today with sorde:\~J~-) /oaay's ocean temperature: 4~ ~]W " ~ __ Sh n# givi0.g,~Nay tg~ Oq~c]~ ~/~-'~ ~/ ........ High 52. Partly:c ~ul~: Wednesday: Winds southwest 10-20 ~,, ~"%/ :tonii~ht~,tL~w 41.t~lbo:c]&~!: 'knots sw011 south 2-3 ft. with a 5 sec. ~ "~"~:'and suntQmo~,row, High:59.: ' " "~'~.-~',"-~U ~ -- ~ Timesbf Clbuds a0d(,,~:~ period, ~--