Last year it was Matthew….this year it’s Maria. Now given, Maria shouldn’t be as menacing or destructive as Matthew was, but we still don’t want to deal with it. Am I right? Either way – here we are – we’ll get through this. Luckily, after Maria passes, there is nothing else coming down the pike..for now. Hurricane Maria has weakened to a Category 2 storm with winds sustained at 105 MPH. It’s continuing on a northerly track at 9 MPH. The storm is approximately 400 miles south-southeast of Cape Hatteras. It’ll make its closest pass to North Carolina and Virginia…
Rookie mistakes lead to a starting position.
Monitoring the chances for Wind and Rain due to Maria…
Starting off my internship strong with an exciting second week full of new experiences.
Quiet weather locally this weekend, but we are tracking hurricane Maria in the tropics.
Nice weather locally , but we are tracking hurricane Maria and tropical storm Jose in the Atlantic.
Hurricane Maria is battering Puerto Rico today. Meanwhile tropical storm Jose Meanders offshore to our northeast.
Chilling in the news studio.
Locally we’ll have some rain and coastal winds from the outer bands of Jose. Also tracking Maria in the Caribbean.
Tidal Flooding, gusty winds, and some showers tonight thru Tue.
Jose will stay offshore, but it will have some impacts on our region. Also tracking 2 other systems in the tropics.
Tracking TWO hurricanes in the Atlantic Basin. Maria could take a similar track to Jose by next week, but uncertainly remains.
I’m interning with Wavy. Yes. It’s still sinking in.
I helped at the event!
Highlights and thoughts on my first week at WAVY with the Hampton Roads Show.