As the title of this blog suggests, the worst of Hermine is over. Tropical Storm Hermine made her presence overnight – we experienced heavy rain, strong winds, and a tornado in Hatteras Village. RAINFALL TOTALS: Southern Outer Banks – 4″ to 6″ (locally higher). Northern Outer Banks – 3″ to 5″ (locally higher). Southside – 2″ to 4″. Peninsula/Middle Peninsula – 1″ to 2″. Eastern Shore – 1″ to 2″. The winds were strongest near the coast. Here’s a look at some of the peak wind gusts, but I have a feeling these numbers were a little higher. We are…
Hermine has become extratropical. It is moving out to sea, but we still have some effects behind it.
Lots of rain and wind this morning. Flooding is likely today.
Tropical Storm Hermine will drop several inches of rain across our viewing area over the next 24 hours. In addition, we’ll be tracking stron…
A few showers today, but heavy rain, strong winds, and flooding are expected on Saturday as Hermine moves into the region.
Tracking Hurricane Hermine and how it will affect Hampton Roads and North Carolina for the start of the holiday weekend.
We are tracking the latest on tropical storm Hermine. It will likely impact us over the weekend. Especially Saturday.
tracking TD #9, and watching for Rain on Thursday
TD #8 is struggling to strengthen….and we’re also watching TD #9
TROPICAL DEPRESSION #8… THE LATEST
Tropics Active, Rip Current Risk Increases, and A Tad Cooler Tomorrow
Hot and humid today, but cooling down this weekend. Keeping one eye on the tropics.
Quiet in Hampton Roads for now while it’s getting a little noisy in the tropics.
Nice weather continues locally. Dry! Tracking the tropics.
Nice weather locally. Watching the tropics carefully.