The sentiment from many of my weather watchers recently is that we all need some rain in the region with only a few exceptions.
Governor Terry McAuliffe was at Fort Monroe Thursday to talk about improvements to Virginia’s hurricane preparedness plan
Imagine Cape Cod without cod. Maine without lobster. The region’s famous rocky beaches invisible, obscured by constant high waters.
Virginia Beach on Friday was the scene of a show of support for victims of a recent tornado.
Surfers hit the Virginia Beach Oceanfront early on August 28, 2014 to enjoy the waves.
Red flags at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront on Wednesday did not stop some swimmers from getting in too deep.
Wave heights along Virginia and North Carolina’s coast will increase even more on Wednesday, thanks to Hurricane Cristobal.
A northeast wind is kicking up the surf and the rip current threat at local beaches. And hurricane Cristobal has become an interesting story…
Cristobal moved away from the Bahamas after strengthening into a hurricane, leaving a swath of soaked Caribbean islands and at least five fa…
Cristobal has strengthened into a hurricane in the Atlantic.
The National Hurricane Center is still keeping Tropical Storm Cristobal on a northerly track. Here’s the 5 p.m update.
If you have plans to hit the beach Monday, be aware of a rip current threat affecting area beaches.
Jellyfish were a nuisance to swimmers in the Atlantic Ocean off New Smyrna Beach over the weekend.
Tropical Storm Cristobal is expected to move northward away from the Bahamas.
As the title suggests, there is a lot to talk about in the weather department.
At 6:20 Sunday morning, the National Hurricane Center upgraded Tropical Depression Four to Tropical Storm Cristobal.
Tropical Depression Four developed Saturday, and forecasts have this storm becoming a category 1 hurricane by the middle of next week.