It’s Mother’s Day weekend and Momma Ana is making her presence known in the Carolinas!
Subtropical storm Ana formed last night off the coast of South Carolina. Read more on Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s blog post.
The first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season is drifting toward the U.S. southeastern coast Friday after forming nearly a month be…
The National Hurricane Center hasn’t issued any advisories for this coastal storm because the thunderstorm activity was pretty limited.
Amid the tornado damage in the Oklahoma City area, authorities have also been dealing with high waters left behind by the storms.
Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler is tracking an area of low pressure to our south. Read more on his blog post for May 7, 2015.
There’s an area of low pressure to the east of Florida that has a 60% chance of developing into a subtropical cyclone this week.
Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler discusses a non-tropical low that is forming near Florida and how it can affect Hampton Roads.
23 states spent $1.131 billion to treat roads from October 2014 to mid-April 2015.
We’ll see great weather for this Cinco De Mayo. Temps will be in the upper 70s to near 80 around the lunch hour and then highs will top off …
We’ll see lots of sunshine with highs in the low/mid 80s. However, tomorrow the breeze will be a little stronger.
Check out what events have were cancelled Friday due to rain.
The heavy rain will hamper driving today. Especially when the winds increase. Read more on Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s blog post.
We’ll be tracking intermittent showers overnight into Friday morning as an area of low pressure slides offshore.
As the work week ends, how is your city preparing to keep the flooding down?
Scattered light showers lifted up from the south early this morning and continued to increase. So later today there is a good chance for rai…
Enjoy the last few hours of nice weather, because we are tracking some big changes.
We’ll see a pretty nice day, but clouds will be increasing from the south. Highs will mainly be in the 70s.
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.