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.
We had one thunderstorm develop Thursday morning near Edenton and Hertford. As we go into the midday hours we will see more sunshine with te…
Most folks would have considered Tuesday quiet. However, if you were up on the lower Eastern Shore, then you may have had to head to higher …
Jelyn Ortega-Fallarme was camping with eight other family members, including her newlywed husband, when the storm hit at Cherrystone Campgro…
The clouds got very dark, and then the rain moved in yesterday. We had street flooding over part of the region.
Strong thunderstorms developed off to our west earlier today, and these storms moved across Hampton Roads early in the evening.
A severe thunderstorm watch for much of southeast Virginia and northeast North Carolina expired early Monday evening.
The humidity has increased quite a bit lately, and we’ve seen on and off showers over the past two weeks. It has made for a mosquito heaven …
Locally, we had low temps in the 60s mostly Friday morning. A small pocket of clouds did move through early, and it is already pushing out.
No tropical systems, no thunderstorms, no meteorites. Nothing. Well, I guess you could argue that I’m tracking cooler weather.
A storm dumped an entire summer’s worth of rain on parts of Long Island, stranding drivers in roads flooded with door-handle-high water.