The snow and icy conditions on the roads caused multiple crashes and disabled vehicles across Hampton Roads Thursday.
Crews have reopened the I-64 W overpass at Mercury Blvd. after closing it for a short period of time due to icy conditions.
Check out Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s morning update to see what to expect for the rest of day.
Power has been restored to almost all customers affected by snow-related power outages Thursday.
And so it begins!!! The snow began just after 10 PM across NC and now the snow is pushing into Virginia, as I start writing this.
Here are some ways to make sure your vehicle doubles as an emergency winter driving kit.
Stores are struggling to keep a full stock of salt, shovels and food basics ahead of the impending snow storm.
Auto body repair shops are making a killing in this weather. With so many accidents and disabled cars, a lot of people need to get their rid…
Cities in Hampton Roads are releasing important information for residents in the aftermath of a significant snow storm.
This is a solid 18-hour storm, so it has a lot of time to drop a lot of precipitation on us. This isn’t an all snow or all rain event.
For the second week, severe winter weather is impacting trash and recycling collections across the Hampton Roads area.
Up to 9 inches of snow is expected for parts of Hampton Roads, and road crews say they’re ready to battle snow-covered roads.
The Ohio Highway Patrol is using dramatic video of a crash caught on camera to warn drivers to slow down when driving in winter weather.
Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler is forecasting 5-8″ of snowfall on the Peninsula, in Northampton County and for cities farther west on the Sout…
It’s the snowstorm that came earlier and stayed longer than most people thought when they went to bed.