Wintry precipitation threat increasing for Tuesday Night into Wednesday

A strong cold front will move across the Mid-Atlantic on Tuesday, with an area of low pressure arriving Tuesday night into Wednesday. This will likely bring wintry weather with accumulating snow possible Tuesday night into Wednesday. On Tuesday, rain showers will develop across the area. Ahead of the front, temperatures will rise into the 50’s…

High impact storm across Hampton Roads and Outer Banks this weekend; Flooding, wind, high waves, and beach erosion

A developing Nor’easter will bring high impacts across coastal sections of the Eastern United States over the next several days. Unfortunately, the Outer Banks will get the brunt of this system with heavy rain, strong winds, beach erosion, and flooding. Impacts will also be felt across the Delmarva Peninsula, counties along the Chesapeake Bay, and…

Some snow accumulation increasing Tuesday across Central & Eastern Virginia, mainly on grass and colder surfaces

Yes, temperatures will be well into the 60’s this afternoon and ground temperatures in the 40’s to near 50 degrees — but Mother Nature could throw us a surprise snow. It’s a very interesting setup. Cold air timing with heavier precipitation have to meet in order for this to work out. Over the past few…

THURSDAY’S SEVERE WEATHER: High concern for damaging wind gusts, tornadoes, heavy rain, and flooding

By: Peter Forister, Denver Murray This is a fairly typical late fall setup for severe weather in the Mid-Atlantic, but there are a few details worth exploring that stand out. This won’t be a “record” severe event, but because of the timing with Halloween festivities in the evening, please pay careful attention and be weather…

2019-2020 VWN Virginia Weather Outlook: Coldest, snowiest winter since 2013-14, 2009-10

VERIFICATION Before we begin, here are the past six winter outlooks for snowfall. We’ve also calculated temperatures as well. We take pride in our outlooks and will be the first to admit when they’re wrong. While it takes weeks to put together this outlook, NO seasonal outlook will be ‘peaches ‘n cream.” We use the…

Moderate to heavy rain & gusty winds likely Saturday Night & Sunday; Coastal and inland flooding possible

Updated: 6:00 PM riday, October 18, 2019By: Denver Murray, Peter Forister Updated: 6:00 PM Friday, October 18, 2019 Tropical Storm Nestor will make landfall early Saturday morning along the Florida Panhandle and transition an extratropical system as it moves across Georgia and the Carolina’s on Saturday into Sunday. Coastal flooding will be a concern from…