It’s official. April 2017 was the warmest on record in Norfolk and in Richmond. This was according to the National Weather Service in Wakefield. We were above average or well above average for many of the last 30 days. Each dot below is the high temperature of the day. The red line is the average high temperatures. April High Temps This is after the 2nd warmest February on record and then a cooler than average March. Today we will continue with the heat in the area, but it won’t last much longer. A strong cold front…
Tracking one more warm and muggy day before cooler conditions settle in on Tuesday.
Heat Indices in the Mid-Upper 90s today… Record Challenging High Temps
Morning storms have moved out. Now lots of heat for the next few days.
The heat is on over the next few days.
Clearing skies expected today as an area of low pressure slowly moves off to the northeast.
One more soggy day, then some warming and drying into the weekend.
Lots of rain in the region for the next 36 hours. Then a big warmup later in the week.
Tracking intermittent showers along with nuisance to minor tidal flooding over the next 48 hours.
Small Severe Risk today, but a Soggy Sunday and Monday on deck
Hot and humid today. Much cooler and wetter over the weekend.
Warm temps for the next couple of days. Cooler and wetter weather is in store for the weekend.
A tricky forecast today with rain showers this morning. More rain by the weekend.
We all get too busy to just sit and play with our kids sometimes, but what if we just try saying “yes” a little more? What if we push dinner…
Cooler weather moves in for today, but temps will warm again later this week.