Our next storm system will move in overnight, so rain chances will be going up by Monday morning.
The forecast is beginning to look more like a few sprinkles/sleet pellets and less like freezing drizzle.
Temps dipped into the teens and wind chills slipped further to single digits and negatives across Hampton Roads and the OBX.
Operation Blessing International and local first responders worked to prepare the needy for a cold night Thursday.
Hampton Roads could see freezing drizzle overnight as a weak front slowly moves to the north.
Wind chills in the Hampton Roads area this morning were mostly in the single digits – and even hit the negatives in some spots.
Dangerous cold weather is moving into Hampton Roads tonight, the coldest weather since last January – so make sure you’re ready.
As temperatures drop in Hampton Roads, the Virginia Department of Transportation is on alert.
Read Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s blog post for Jan. 7.
Temperatures in Hampton Roads are dipping into the teens this week. Here are ways to deal with the extreme cold.
Amid a social media backlash, Virginia’s largest school system is apologizing for its decision to stay open after an ill-timed snowstorm.
Read Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s weather blog for Jan. 6.
Read Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s blog for Jan. 5
Read Meteorologist Tiffany Savona’s blog for Dec. 30.
After seeing temperatures in the 30s and patchy frost this morning, get ready for a nice warm-up this afternoon.
It has been an unseasonably warm and wet Christmas Eve across Hampton Roads.
Read Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler’s weather blog for Dec. 24.