Parts of Hampton Roads experiencing tidal flooding

Flooded roads near The Hague in Norfolk (WAVY/Chris Omahen)

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — Several places in Hampton Roads are experiencing flooding Wednesday.

Areas that usually flood, such as The Hague in Norfolk, did again. Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler predicted some minor flooding in that area. You can read more on his weather blog post for Nov. 26.

Photos: Tidal flooding in Hampton Roads

The National Weather Service issued a coastal flooding advisory for the cities of Portsmouth, Norfolk and Virginia Beach, shortly before 11 a.m. The flood advisory will be in effect until 3 p.m.

Tides have been increasing since the morning and peaked at 4.7 feet, around 11:45 a.m. Minor tidal flooding occurs at 5 feet.

Remember if you see a flooded road, do not drive through it.

At noon, the City of Norfolk announced it will be cancelling trash pick up in some areas of the city due to flooding.

The Ocean Lakes High School football game against James River has been moved to Kellam High School because of the rain and forecast for additional storms. Kellam is located at 2665 West Neck Road in Virginia Beach. The game will begin at 7 p.m. as scheduled.

Follow the Super Doppler 10 team of meteorologists on WAVY News 10 throughout the day. Download the new WAVY Weather App for updates on the go.

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