Bertie County residences continued to try and pick up after severe weather on Friday.
A spokesperson says the wind speed was at least 130 miles per hour in Chesapeake.
WAVY Chopper 10 captured aerial views of the damage caused by tornadoes that ripped through Virginia Beach and Chesapeake.
A 21-year-old woman from Virginia Beach is one of two people that died following an accident on I-81, Friday evening.
A Coast Guard official confirmed that the body of the second fisherman was found on Sunday.
A school spokesperson says this is the only city school reporting damage at this time.
Emergency dispatchers say the pursuit started at Cavalier Manor and ended on Court Street, near WAVY Street.
The victim was taken to a local hospital with non life-threatening injuries.
Virginia is at 14 weeks of widespread flu activity — three more weeks than last year.
The severe weather took a break just in time for the Orioles and Tides to squeeze in a game at Harbor Park on Friday.
Homes were damaged and tree limbs came down during severe weather in the Rock Creek section of the city Friday.
Chesapeake is positioning itself to become the first “no hit” city in the state.
83-year-old Gerardo Lynch may be driving in a black 2011 Kia Sedona with South Carolina plates GTH-786.
Officials with the Bertie County Sheriff’s Office confirmed storm damage in the Powellsville area.
The owner of the gas station says the awning fell down on two vehicles around 5:30 p.m.