Tropical Depression #8 is slowly making its way toward the North Carolina Coast. It’s having a hard time organizing due to wind shear and some dry air. However, it could become a minimal tropical storm by later this evening or early Tuesday. As of the 2PM Advisory, it had max sustained winds of 35mph. The forecast path will bring its core very close to the OBX (if not on top of it) by Tuesday afternoon & evening. Then, courtesy of a cold front and upper level trough of low pressure, it’ll push this system out to sea as its absorbed…
Tracking TD EIGHT and NINE – both could impact southern parts of our viewing area over the next 7 days.
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.
We’ll see nice weather over the next couple of days. Dry weather has finally arrived. Tracking the tropics.
Cooler and more comfortable this week. Tracking a few disturbances in the tropics.
Lovely weather next week, but Tropics are Active
A littler cooler next 2 days. Hot again Sunday. Then much cooler next week. Tracking Fiona and a disturbance in the tropics.
Less heat over the next few days, but a bigger cool down arrives next week. Tracking tropical storm Fiona.
One more hot/humid day. Then a cool down arrives tomorrow and last through the weekend.
Very hot and humid for a couple more days. Tracking a tropical disturbance in the eastern Atlantic ocean.
Heat index in the triple digits for the next few days. Cooler air finally arrives on Thursday.