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 into Hampton Roads.
Periods of moderate to heavy rain will continue from late Friday morning through Sunday evening. The heaviest rain will fall along the Outer Banks, with rainfall amounts ranging anywhere from 5 to locally 10 inches. Across Hampton Roads 1 to 3 inches of rain can be expected, with locally higher amounts closer to Virginia Beach.