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.
Some areas across Hampton Roads saw 2-3″ of snow last night. Today another system is getting ready to move in.
While local school districts are figuring out how to make up time lost during last week’s snow days, one school won’t have to.
Round 1 of snow was last Monday. Round 2 was today. Round 3 will be late Wednesday into Thursday, and it will be the knockout round.
As snow fell across Hampton Roads during the evening rush hour Tuesday, Feb. 24, VDOT and local police responded to multiple vehicle crashes…
Snow has crept into today’s forecast. However, some of the models disagree on how much will fall. Read more the WAVY weather blog.
A week after Hampton Roads received several inches of snow, the region was hit with another round of winter weather.
A wide swath of the country is expecting more winter precipitation that forecasters warn could lead to dangerous road conditions during the …
It’s snowing across much of North Carolina, closing schools but causing few problems with power outages.
Yesterday, the models were hinting at snow for today. Now it’s more than a hint. Read more on Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s blog post.
Virginia State Police say the operator of a motor grader was at fault in a fatal crash at the I-264 and I-664 interchange last week.