Hi, friends - I am hoping to take my family to DE for a week's stay this summer (and focused on Lewes at the moment). One possibility is the last week of August. For many properties, this is priced as "prime" season. For a few, the price starts to decline, and I've even seen a few with a very steep drop. This make me curious...are folks just not renting as much because that's the time to get ready for the start of school, or is there some other reason why the last week of August might be so much less expensive? I have no idea really what this could be...I can't imagine that the temps drop too much...but do the winds/bugs/jellyfish or something else come and make this a less popular time? One example is a house charge about 50% less for the last week of August then for the prior week. Thanks in advance!