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Blog: Drier with more sunshine on Monday

It was a wet Easter weekend for some and a windy Easter Sunday for all of us. The good news is that the rain will taper off across North Carolina tonight.…

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Blog: A rainy Saturday, less rain tomorrow

The cool temperatures are going to stick around for our Easter weekend across the area. Today, we will see highs near 57 degrees. Tomorrow, temperatures will be near 60…

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Blog: Winter has returned for a day

Check out the low temperatures across the region this morning. The record low in Norfolk is 33 degrees set back in 1943.…

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Thousands lose power in Hampton Roads

HAMPTON ROADS, Va. (WAVY) — A local mall was one of almost 10,000 customers experiencing power outages in Hampton Roads Tuesday evening.

The outages began as s…

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Some vehicles allowed to cross CBBT

EASTERN SHORE, Va. (WAVY) — The Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel is open to some vehicles after being temporarily closed due to high winds Tuesday evening.

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Blog: Severe weather threat going down

The severe weather threat for Hampton Roads has gone down significantly. We saw a lot of rain this morning, which cooled and stabilized the atmosphere.…

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Blog: Thunderstorms possible Tuesday

We’ll stay dry today, but tonight scattered showers will be possible ahead of the storm system. Tomorrow morning, we will also see a chance for scattered showers.…

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Blog: The annual pollen blog

The local forecast is nice and quiet. Not just for today, but for the next couple of days. So I thought today would be a good time to do my annual blog about pollen.…

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Blog: Wet start to the work week

It is going to be a wet start to the week, but at least we had nice weather over the weekend. The clouds have already moved in and should thicken up tonight ahead of the rain.…

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Blog: Cool and dry…for now

We started off Saturday with cool temperatures and sunshine. Lows were in the 30s by West Point and Richmond, but it was in the 40s elsewhere.  We were much cooler due to t…