It’s official. Yesterday we tied the record at Norfolk international Airport. We hit 87 degrees which tied the record last set in 2007. Today the record is also 87 degrees. That was previously set in 1981. We still have a big area of high pressure nearby. However, there are a few subtle differences in today’s weather. Regional Weather Map The high is a little more offshore today. So our winds will be out of the southeast instead of southwest. This flow should allow for a little more moisture to move in today. So I’m calling for…
Still tracking heat across our region. Big cool down comes in this weekend. Also watching the tropics.
Near record heat across the region. Also, there may be a new system forming in the tropics.
Lots of sun next couple of days with warm temperatures. Unseasonably warm temps continue for most of the week.
It’ll feel like Spring, and Did you See the Supermoon Saturday?
Warmer weather is on the way, and Nicole remains a tropical cyclone
Cool and quiet this weekend. Nicole becomes non-tropical over the north Atlantic.
Nice weather locally. Tracking hurricane Nicole near Bermuda.
Quiet weather across the region. Tracking hurricane Nicole.
2 thoughts about hurricane Matthew. Nice weather lies ahead.
Flooding is still a concern due to Tides and rising rivers.
Matthew hit our area hard while moving south of Hatteras. It will move farther out to sea today.
Matthew is moving away, but will continue to impact us through the day.
Quick update on the rain and wind across the region.
FLOODING IS A BIG CONCERN TONIGHT THRU SUNDAY MORNING