Today: Mostly sunny. Breezy & warmer. Nice! Highs will be in the upper 60s. Winds SW 10-20mph. Tonight: Mostly to partly cloudy. A few showe…
We had a nice southwest wind overnight and this allowed temperatures to warm a bit last night. Read more on the WAVY weather blog.
It’s March 27 disguised as Jan. 27! On-and-off showers, a northerly breeze, but I think the temperatures in the 40s gave it away.
This morning we started with temperatures in the 60s. Then temps dropped to the 40s and 50s. Read more on the weather blog.
What’s lunch without a side of heavy rain and hail?
A warm front has moved into the region. Read more on the WAVY weather blog to find out what to expect for the rest of the day.
We’ll actually trade highs in the 60s for highs in the mid-70s on Thursday. But of course with the warmer weather, comes the wetter weather.
Temperatures will be rising up to the mid 70s in many locations tomorrow, Read more on Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s blog post.
We’ve had a couple of nice days here and there. But we haven’t had a decent stretch of mild/dry weather in a while. Read more on the weather…
We’ll be tracking steady light to moderate rain through the morning hours. Read more on Meteorologist Ashley Baylor’s weather blog.
The Northern Lights dazzled parts of the country overnight and photographers captured amazing images!
The first day of Spring is rapidly approaching, but Old Man Winter isn’t ready to pass the baton just yet. Read more on the weather blog.
Winter won’t loosen its grip on Hampton Roads for at least the next 7 days. Expect rain Thursday night and Friday.
Yesterday’s warmth is gone and temperatures were down to freezing in some areas Wednesday morning. Read more on the weather blog.
We are going to have one more warm day, and then it will get much cooler. Read more on Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s blog post.
It will be another one of those days where it is cooler near the shore and warmer inland. Read more on Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s blog p…
In the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day, the radar is showing some green.
State health officials say four more people have died from complications of the flu in North Carolina.