We were lucky enough to see a few peeks of blue sky today, but the clouds still had the upper hand. Right now, it looks like the clouds will drag their heels through much of the week, so enjoy those few peeks of sun when you see them. Of course, we are still tracking the tides. This morning, during high tide, water levels topped out at 5.0 feet at Sewells Point and 4.8 feet at Yorktown, which means we were right on the line between minor to moderate flooding. Tonight, water levels will be a bit lower, but we will…
Tidal flooding will improve later today. Expected some scattered showers and breezy/windy conditions to continue.
Some improvements to our flooding forecast, especially for places along the eastern side of the Peninsula.
Moderate tidal flooding is expected this evening. One region could approach major flooding.
Our tidal flooding situation will get worse over the weekend, especially Saturday night and Sunday morning.
The weekend forecast is looking pretty rough at this time. The weather is already deteriorating in the region. Rain has moved up from the …
Minor to moderate tidal flooding is expected through the weekend. Hampton Roads could pick up 1-2″ of rain.
Conditions won’t be too bad today, but the weather could deteriorate this weekend. Especially when it comes to tidal flooding.
Not too much rain today, but the wind and tides will be up. Could be a problem this weekend.
Still windy today with some scattered showers. We could see some nuisance to minor tidal flooding over the next few days.
Cool and breezy pattern this week with plenty of chances for rain.
Unsettled weather pattern this week with plenty of chances for rain.
Tracking a nice, quiet weekend in Hampton Roads. Our pattern will turn unsettled next week which means showers are on the way!
Our pattern will remain quiet through the weekend, but things are picking up in the tropics.
Our quiet stretch of days continues.. No chance for any showers in Hampton Roads until next Tuesday!