Just wanted to give you and quick update on the little storm that doesn’t want to give up the fight. Bonnie redeveloped into a Tropical Depression this morning. Right now, Bonnie is about 25 miles east-southeast of Cape Hatteras with winds sustained at 30 MPH..moving northeast at 7 MPH. Keep in mind, those 30 MPH winds are located closer to the center of the storm, so the Outer Banks are only seeing sustained winds at 5-12 MPH. The biggest problem with Bonnie will be the rain. So far, the Outer Banks has picked up about 1.5″ to 2″ of rain.…
Heavy rain from the remnants of Bonnie over the Outer Banks this morning. The low moves out to sea today.
Remnants of Bonnie continue to bring us more rain showers today. Especially closer to the low itself.
Rain chances continue into this week and into next weekend. Several subtle systems will make for a tricky forecast.
Moisture from tropical depression Bonnie moves up into our region.
The remnants of Bonnie and a cold front will keep us soggy for a few days..
Bonnie makes a landfall and continues to weaken.
Tracking Tropical Storm Bonnie. Minimal effects on Hampton Roads..showers only.
Nice today, but rain chances return for Sunday and Memorial Day
Good weather expected for the next couple of days. Watching a possible tropical storm forming in the Atlantic.
Warm air continues today and tomorrow. Overall dry conditions. Watching a possible system forming over the Atlantic ocean over the next coup…
Lots of sun and warm temps today and tomorrow. Watching the tropics for a possible system developing over the next few days.
Getting warmer today. Nice stretch of warmer temperatures are on the way. Possible wet weather this weekend.
Lots of rain today with cool temps. Upper level system is around for one more day. Warmer/drier weather starts tomorrow.
When we’re stuck inside due to weather, the imaginations in my household run wild! How about you?!