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Blog: Less Rain Today. Drying Out Tomorrow…For 1 Day!

We finally started seeing the sun this morning. When I came in (well before sunrise), there was a lot of drizzle and a few showers. Now the sun is peeking through some clouds. The area of low pressure that was near us yesterday has pushed well out to sea. However, there is upper level low […] → Read More

Blog: Can’t catch a break from storms, more on the way Thursday night

Yesterday meteorologist Casey Lehecka did a nice weather blog about the recent storm surveys that were done by the National Weather Service in Wakefield. These are the surveys that have been done so far, but there will likely be more done today and possibly tomorrow. We’ll get those reports to you as they come out. […] → Read More

Blog: Tropical storm Isaias to hit our region Tuesday morning

Tropical storm Isaias has remained offshore from Florida since yesterday. There were several models which took it inland to Florida over the past 2 days, and those have not verified. Therefore the storm is now forecast to become a category 1 hurricane before making landfall late tonight or early tomorrow morning. Wind shear is also […] → Read More

Blog: Stormy Today, Then Some Great Beach Weather

Today we are looking at some more scattered showers and thunderstorms forming over the region. There is a front that has stalled out just offshore. There is a weak area of low pressure to our southwest that is creeping east along the front. We’ll be mostly cloudy all day. The scattered showers and storms will […] → Read More

Blog: A Cool May. A Cool Memorial Day!

So far this May has been a cool one. Up to this point we are running about 2 degrees below average. With the current forecast, we are likely to finish out May below average. This will be the first time in about a year and a half (probably longer) for that to happen. We are […] → Read More

Blog: Flood Watch Today. Heavy Rain And Storms Move In.

We didn’t have much rain this morning for the am commute. However, the evening commute will likely be a mess. There is a big line of showers and thunderstorms off to our west, and it is slowly marching to the east. We have a warm front pushing to our north today. There is a big […] → Read More

Blog: A Great Weather Day For Hampton Roads!

Sunday’s weather was very nice. We had lots of sunshine and highs in the 60s. Today we will warm up even more, and we’ll still have plenty of that sun. High pressure is centered just to our southeast. We’ll have southwesterly winds around that system that will run through our viewing area. Winds will run […] → Read More

Blog: Chance of showers for Super Tuesday, but great weather Wednesday

Unfortunately, we have a chance for rain showers today for anyone that is heading out to vote for Super Tuesday. High pressure is offshore, and we have moisture pushing up from the southwest. → Read More

Blog: After thick morning fog, possible thunderstorms and wind gusts Wednesday night

As the fronts come in, there will be a large area of showers developing. There could also be a few thunderstorms with some brief gusty winds. This will be late tonight. → Read More

Blog: Higher chance for snow Thursday night!

It’s always a good feeling when the computer models come together. They started to do that last night. The drier models finally started to show some snow in our region for Thursday night. The already snowier models are holding steady. (Though one has increased even more). I’ll talk briefly about the short-term forecast. Then I’ll […] → Read More

Blog: Warm Tuesday. Snow/wintry mix possible Thursday night into Friday morning

This morning we started with some areas of thick fog. There were several school delays and lots of slowdowns on the roads. We had some moisture edge into the region, but the warmer temperatures were still on the way. A warm front had made it to the Outer Banks, but not into Hampton Roads. This […] → Read More

Blog: Cool & dry today. 60s on Tuesday. Wintry weather late this week?

Coming off of the weekend we had some very early morning showers. They were light, but it was heavy for a time over part of northeast North Carolina. A weak area of low pressure was moving northeast along a stationary front causing the precipitation. This has now moved out over the ocean, and it has […] → Read More

Blog: Brief cool down today before Thursday’s warmup!

The roller coaster temperatures continue…. Today we have a cold front that is stalling out to our south. A cool northeast breeze has developed. High pressure is to our north, but it’s far enough away that we still have a lot of clouds in the region. We’ll have a northeast and then an easterly breeze […] → Read More

Blog: Strong Storms Yesterday. Strong Winds Today! (Updated)

(Update: We had a small pocket of instability cause some showers and storms this morning. There were several severe storm warnings. Some of the gusts briefly reached to over 50mph. The rain is moving offshore now. We’ll have only some isolated showers between the mid-morning and midday. However, winds will keep gusting to around 40mph […] → Read More

Blog: The Groundhog Says Spring

Yesterday, our local groundhog "Chesapeake Chuck" (from the Virginia Living Museum) gave his predictions for the Super Bowl and also for the rest of the winter season. → Read More

Blog: A Mostly Cool/Dry Weekend. Then …WARM!

There have been some subtle changes to the weekend forecast over the last 48 hours. They should work in favor of folks that have outdoor plans. More on that in a moment. First off…We had a nice looking morning with partly sunny skies in the region. Temps were in the 30s and 40s with only […] → Read More

Blog: Is Winter Canceled?

The short answer to the blog title's question is "No! Winter is not canceled ... officially!" However, over the course of the next few days we are going to have some more unseasonably warm temperatures return to the region. High temps yesterday were just a little below average. → Read More

Blog: Early Week Wind Chills.

This morning we started about 20-30 degrees colder than yesterday morning. Temps were in the 20s and 30s. However, the wind chills were in the teens and 20s. Youch! The winds were out of the north at 10-15mph with gusts to 25mph. These winds will stay up through the day. They are coming around a […] → Read More

Blog: A Chilly Thursday Before Temps Warm Up!

We have one chilly day on the way before a huge warmup this weekend. Yesterday, I mentioned that a second cold front would move into the region by last night. (The first was was a couple of days ago). Now that front is pushing offshore, and we are on the colder side of it. However, […] → Read More

Blog: Cold and dry locally, good weather for national travel

Locally we will be cold and dry today. It will be a little milder than yesterday (high temps were in the 30s), but it won’t be a huge difference. High temps will be in the mid 40s this afternoon. We have a huge area of high pressure edging in from the west. This will provide […] → Read More