‘Zeta’ to impact the Mid-Atlantic from late Thursday through early Friday

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“Zeta” is now a Hurricane with maximum sustained winds near 80 mph.  Zeta will move across the Yucatan Peninsula tonight and over the Gulf of Mexico Tuesday before making landfall across Southeastern Louisiana late Thursday. A strong Upper-Level-Low diving across the Southwest and moving into Texas will help steer Zeta rapidly to the northeast. As…

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Flood Watch for the Southern Blue Ridge; Waves of heavy rain likely tonight through much of Sunday

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The National Weather Service has issued a FLOOD WATCH from this evening through late Sunday Night for the Southern Blue Ridge.  Rain associated with Tropical Storm Delta will produce locally heavy rainfall across much of the area.  In the Flood Watch area, small streams and creeks may experience significant water rises that may exceed flood…

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Remnants of “Beta” will bring heavy rain and flash flooding potential late Thursday through Friday

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The remnants of “Beta” is on the way and may cause flash flooding, especially across portions of Southwest and South Central Virginia late Thursday into Friday.  However, some models are “iffy” in regards to how far north moisture will get as the system continues to weaken. MODEL COMPARISON The European model has always been the…

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Frost advisory in effect tonight across the Northern and Central Shenandoah Valley

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The September CHILL continues! We expect overnight lows to be colder tonight than last night.  For that reason the National Weather Service has issued a Frost Advisory for the Northern and Central Shenandoah Valley.  Overnight lows will fall into the mid 30’s. Sensitive vegetation may be damged or killed if left unprotected. Temperatures along the…

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Tonight: September Chill!

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A September CHILL will be in the air tonight!  It will be much warmer along the coast, due to a persistent and gusty northeast wind.  However, light winds across the Piedmont will allow temperatures to fall into the 40’s.  Even colder in the Valley with lows in the upper 30’s (and possibly a few degrees…

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Moderate to potentially major coastal flooding expected this weekend

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Moderate to Major coastal flooding is possible from late Friday through the weekend.  The “leftovers” from Sally will move across Eastern North Carolina overnight and bring very heavy rain and gusty winds across the Hampton Roads region. As Sally moves offshore, winds will turn to the north by Friday morning, with gusts along the coast…

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“Sally” to bring heavy rain and flooding; PROLONGED MODERATE TIDAL FLOODING through weekend

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“Sally” is now a Tropical Storm and remains a slow mover, with maximum sustained winds as of 2 p.m. EDT of 70 mph. The moisture from Sally will move across Georgia and the Carolina’s overnight and into Virginia on Thursday. There may be two waves of rainfall, the first occurring during the day Thursday with…

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