Snowy scenes from around Portsmouth, Va. on Feb. 17, 2015.
Non-violent inmates in Norfolk are helping remove snow from school parking lots Wednesday.
There is going to be a minefield of different ice on the roads this morning. Read more on Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s blog.
With nearly a foot of snow in some areas of Virginia, the governor and highway officials are advising residents to avoid travel.
Mother Nature doesn’t want to give us a break! Slush or standing water will refreeze overnight, and record cold is coming.
Record low temperatures are expected across the area Thursday. This, combined with more snowfall Wednesday night, means black ice remains a …
Children playing in the snow across the Hampton Roads area, 2-17-15.
Chopper 10 flew over Hampton Roads after a winter storm layered the area with snow and ice, February 17, 2015.
Because of the recent Arctic Blast, we can expect postponements and cancellations of sporting events in Hampton Roads.
Rescue crews were called to a retention pond in Virginia Beach after two children broke through the ice.
Before you decide to drive after a snowstorm, you’ll first need to clear off your car. Here are some helpful tips.
Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler discusses how much snow has fallen across Hampton Roads and what we can expect tonight.
Most cities across Hampton Roads picked up 4-7″ of snow overnight. The snow then transitioned over to a mix of sleet and freezing rain.
2015 is the second year volunteers will help residents who don’t have the resources to remove snow.
Weather conditions continue to change hour-by-hour across Hampton Roads.