Highs will be in the mid 60s with a few 70s inland. More on Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s blog post.
The weather service reported a 70-mph wind gust at the New Orleans airport Monday.
We’ll put El Sol in our rear view mirror tomorrow. On the horizon: rain and cool temperatures.
Temps will rise to the low 60s this afternoon. Then tomorrow a mass of warm air will edge towards Hampton Roads.
We are in for a good stretch of cooler temperatures. Read more on Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s blog post.
Most of the rain fell apart or evaporated before reaching the ground across Hampton Roads. There wasn’t enough surface moisture in place.
This morning started off chilly. We had temps in the 40s over much of the area. Read more on Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s blog post.
It’s going to feel great out there today with highs in the low/mid 70s.
A few isolated storms will be possible between 7-9 p.m., with the activity becoming more widespread 9 p.m. to 12 a.m.
Severe storm warnings and watches are in effect as scattered thunderstorms move through Hampton Roads and southeast N.C.
The overnight rain storm flooded several roads in the WAVY viewing area and even brought down trees in some neighborhoods.
If today’s weather were a movie, then it would actually be fairly dull and quiet. Read more on Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s blog post.
The forecast is pretty quiet today. We’ll see lots of clouds with an isolated shower possible. Most of the rain should stay to our west.
Tonight we’ll hold onto the clouds, but there shouldn’t be any rain. Maybe a few sprinkles.
Scattered showers will continue tonight as a cold front moves through. Can’t rule out an isolated storm, but chances are low.