Power crews across the area are prepared if this week’s winter weather causes outages.
Virginia and North Carolina have been declared states of emergency ahead of Monday’s winter storm.
Drivers should stay off the roads during dangerous winter conditions. However, If you have to travel, here are some tips:
Winter weather can knock out heat, power and communications, sometimes for days. The Virginia Department of Emergency Management offers the …
A photo gallery of winter weather in Hampton Roads captured by WAVY viewers during a storm the week of Feb. 16, 2015.
Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler is discussing the mess of snow and ice that is heading into our region this Monday.
State and local crews continue to treat the roads after the the storm brought sleet and freezing rain across the region.
Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler provides a morning update on the upcoming storm.
View the following list below to see the warming shelters in your city:
Once the snow starts going Monday, it will accumulate quickly, both on the roads and grassy areas.
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced tonight that Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) crews are prepared and ready for a statewide wi…
Residents across Hampton Roads woke up to snow, sleet and icy roads after a winter storm passed through the area overnight.
Winds topping 60mph on Valentine’s Day night toppled trees and knocked out power to thousands across the Hampton Roads area.
A winter storm watch was issued for the entire viewing area from Monday afternoon through Tuesday morning. Accumulating snow and ice likely.
Outage activity peaked last night at 10:30 p.m. with 103,000 customers out.
Strong winds from an Arctic cold front left thousands of Dominion Virginia Power customs without power.
It was cooler than a polar bear’s toenails in Hampton Roads today! Temperatures struggled to make it out of the 20s.
Viewer photos show that Connecticut’s Valentine’s Day spirit refuses to be crushed by another foot of fresh snow.
Cold? It’s downright frigid out there. Read more on Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s blog post for Feb. 13.
Rain started falling in Williamsburg and Gloucester around 2:30 p.m. then quickly transitioned to a rain/snow mix.
Rain and snow hit Hampton Roads during the evening commute Thursday, February 12, 2015.