The National Weather Service office in Wakefield, VA, has issued an updated severe weather briefing for our area for the period Friday night, Nov 15, through Monday, Nov 18.
The most severe storm effects will be felt in the lower Chesapeake Bay and on the Atlantic Ocean side of Virginia’s Eastern Shore. Our neighborhood will feel some storm effects from late Friday night, Nov 15, through Monday, Nov 18.
- 0.1″ to 0.25″ of rain
- Winds gusting between 30-35 MPH, mostly on Saturday, Nov 16
- Minor flooding in low-lying coastal areas
Here is a link to the full NWS severe weather briefing: 20191115_0558AM
The National Weather Service office in Wakefield, VA, has issued a severe weather warning for the southern Chesapeake Bay including the Norfolk-Newport News-Virginia Beach area, along the VA-NC border. Our neighborhood is on the far edge of the warning area with only minor effects forecast for us. However, the storm track can change. We will post updates as necessary.
This link will take you to a detailed weather briefing released by the NWS on Thursday morning, Nov 14. 20191114_6AM
The NWS briefing is a detailed product featuring several maps and forecasts.
According to the current forecast, our neighborhood will not be in the area most affected by the storm. We can expect:
- Stormy conditions from Friday night, Nov 15, through Monday morning, Nov 18.
- 0.1 inch of rain
- Wind gusts to 30-35 MPH, with the highest gusts expected on Saturday, decreasing by Saturday night