Weather Alerts

High Surf Advisory

The following areas are affected:

  • Eastern Currituck
  • Virginia Beach

High Surf Advisory Now In Effect Until 1 Am Est Friday
- Location Atlantic Coastal Locations Of Outer Banks Currituck
And Virginia Beach.
- Timing Late This Afternoon Through This Evening.
- Waves And Surf Nearshore Waves Of 8 To 10 Feet.
- Impacts Rough Surf Will Result In Beach Erosion.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A High Surf Advisory Means That High Surf Will Affect Beaches In
The Advisory Area. Life Threatening Rip Currents And Localized
Beach Erosion Will Also Be Possible.

Freezing Fog Advisory

The following areas are affected:

  • Charles City
  • New Kent
  • Gloucester
  • Northumberland
  • Sussex
  • Surry
  • Middlesex
  • Lancaster

Freezing Fog Advisory In Effect Until 2 Am Est Friday
The National Weather Service In Wakefield Has Issued A Freezing
Fog Advisory Which Is In Effect Until 2 Am Est Friday.
- Timing Through 2 Am Friday
- Visibility Locally Less Than One Quarter Mile.
- Impacts Significantly Reduced Visibility In Fog. In
Addition The Potential Exists For The Fog To Deposit A Thin
Coat Of Ice On Road Surfaces Increasing The Danger Of Driving
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Freezing Fog Advisory Means Visibility Will Be Reduced To One
Quarter Mile Or Less. If Driving Slow Down Use Your
Headlights And Leave Plenty Of Distance Ahead Of You. Also Be
Alert For Icy Patches Especially On Bridge Overpasses And Other
Elevated Surfaces. If You Encounter An Icy Patch Release The
Accelerator And Pump Your Brakes Lightly To Avoid Skidding.
Drive Defensively And Allow For Extra Time To Reach Your
Destination. Avoid Any Sudden Stops Or Accelerations.