tv WAVY News 10 NBC January 23, 2016 11:00pm-11:29pm EST
currituck co, gates co, hertford co, northampton co, pasquotank co, and perquimans co, nc...isle of wight co, james city hampton, mathews, newport news, norfolk, portsmouth, suffolk, virginia beach, and williamsburg. a coastal flood warning will remain in effect for accomack co, isle of wight co, and northampton co...chesapeake, norfolk, portsmouth, and virginia beach. tonight: light to moderate snow through 10 pm. some stray snow showers through midnight. windy. lows: mid-20s. wind chills: low teens. winds: n 20-30 mph, gusts to 45 mph. sunday: mostly sunny. monday: mostly sunny. less wind. milder. highs: mid-40s. winds: light sw. earlier today, we had tracking light to moderate snow, which will pile on top of the ice. bottom line - snowfall totals tonight - up to 2" across the southside, the eastern shore, newport news, and hampton. farther north and west, we could potentially see up to 4". the snow will taper off around 10 pm, but there be howling out there! expect winds out of the northwest sustained at 20 to 30 mph, with gusts up to 45-50 mph. we still am). water levels will
around 5.1 to 5.5 feet. by sunday morning, this storm will be long gone. the roads will remain slippery - something to will stay up around 10 to 20 mph, gusts up to 30 mph. as a result, temperatures will be stuck in the mid- noticeably milder with highs in the mid-40s. believe it or not - temps will be back in the
before we get back to weather - we have breaking news from hampton - police are investigating a deadly shooting tonight. they say it happened on darnaby avenue, off victoria boulevard. police say one man died. we'll let you know as soon as we have more information. back to winter weather. those high winds have been hitting neighbors near the water -- especially in the ocean view area of norfolk. that's where we find 10 fisher. joe, you've also been seeing some flooding out there as well. the snow has moved out of here. we're now dealing with the affects of high tide -- and the big concern overnight is the freezing over. ((pkg 0:00)) ((c47 00:51))
2:48)) "it's windy and it's cold." continuous cold from mother nature saturday. (c48 1:40)) "i'm worried about the pipes freezing." with it -- freezing rain and snow making travel tricky. super = jim payne/virginia beach "from rain to sleet, from sleet to ice, dangerous." the high tide after 8 p.m. filling streets in flood prone neighborhoods with water. seen here in ghent. the tide rising in ocean view, too. super = buddy evans/norfolk ((c48 i'm working on so it makes it hard to work or do anything out here." super = denise hansen/norfolk ((c47 00:34)) "were you having trouble getting out this morning?" "i could not get my car out this morning. i had to use the truck." both norfolk and virginia beach with eight trucks treating primary roads all day. the biggest concern -- bridges and overpasses. and ponding water turning to ice. ((c48 3:18)) "you have your salt and you have your beer, you're set?" "that's it. i'll stay warm and i won't fall down." v-dot calling for drivers to stay off the interstates. southside cities expecting the cleanup to continue sunday. ((c47 1:19))
joe fisher toys we're getting more pictures of that flooding near the virginia beach oceanfront. these pictures show you the bay colony neighborhood -- that's at 47th and atlantic. our andy fox tweeted about the rising water in the area earlier tonight. that tidal flooding hit parts of portsmouth today -- this is a look at wythe street just outside our studio in portsmouth. we call it lake wavy, and the water always rises when tidal flooding happens. the water actually spilled out onto port centre parkway.
a viewer sent us this video of flooding outside their apartments in portsmouth today. you're seeing the bay view gardens apartment complex on victory boulevard. team coverage of the winter storm takes us to the peninsula now. we learned some businesses in hampton and newport news closed early today due to snow. 10 on your side's matt gregory is there now. matt, you say crews have been clearing the roads. i've seen quite a few plow crews off mercury blvd here and across hampton today. vdot tells me they'll continue on 12 hour shifts. you can see the slush made from snow and sleet makes roads passable, but still treacherous. in fact throughout the afteroon more restuarants and shps closed as the weather intensified. out on buckroe beach in hampton, the waves only
of a day not fit for man nor beast. even if one man tried. it certianly didnt stop this dog. robert maier / walking dog doesn't seem to bother her. she seems to like it." 18:24 on the back streets of hampton,, the snow, salt and sludge made travel only possible for necessities. junie harris / went to get food. c0020 22:51 "look, mcd's, why 22:54 near i-64 slow accumulation on roads started to take its toll. police say this s-u-v lost control and levelled this light pole. in hampton, a common sight. dining room closed, but parking lots packed with snow. robert dickenson / plowing roads c0026 23:49 "we're just waiting on the snow to settle so we can get this plowing done and everything. but all this rain and sleet its making it worse to get going." 23:58 private snow plow crews like robert dickenson . clearing parking lots and roads up and down the peninsula. robert dickenson / plowing roads c0026 24:10 "the phone wont stop ringing, it just wont stop ringing. we're always answering we're like we'll try and make it if we can't im sorry." 24:19 a day best veiwed from
a college basketball team from pittsburgh is on its way home... that's after the blizzard extended their road trip. the duquesne dukes were stranded on the pennsylvania turnpike following their friday win at george mason in fairfax. their bus got stuck about 80 miles outside pittsburgh later that night, and they spent all day with other stranded motorists. ironically duquesne's game against george mason was moved up from tonight to friday afternoon because of the coming blizzard. about two hours ago, the team tweeted that it was on the move back to pittsburgh. we'll continue our coverage of this winter weather tomorrow morning. be sure to join lex gray, chris horne and
we're tracking slushy conditions in williamsburg tonight. the plow trucks have been out today, but some drivers are still having trouble getting around. 10 on your side's erin kelly is there now. erin, what are you seeing now? we're near the intersection of 2nd street and merrimac trail. we've seen heavy snow for the past few hours -- and the wind has blown the snow all over the road. earlier today -- we were near the campus of william & mary and richmond road. we saw cars going through the slush -- only a few with issues. crews have been working in 12-hour shifts with 6 plow
this snow has been challenging for them -- because of how long the storm has lasted. they got more salt and sand in yesterday. we talked to some people who ventured out today. c0066 - roy thomas - williamsburg 1539 love it. it's great. enjoying it, but nice day to just stay home and relax with the family. 1547 c0064 - matthew pirkle - williamsburg 1341 i've seen a lot of cars in ditches, guardrails. i've pulled out about 10 cars so far, just kind of riding in between portsmouth and here. 1348 he told me he does it because he likes it -- but again he's pulled out 10 cars -- so roads are still rough. the city says it plows seemed to have more snow on them when we
in williamsburg, erin kelly, 10 on your side. a winter weather advisory will remain in effect for bertie co, camden co, chowan co, currituck co, gates co, hertford co, northampton co, pasquotank co, and perquimans co, nc...isle of wight co, james city co, southampton co, surry co, sussex co, york co...chesapeake, franklin, gloucester, hampton, mathews, newport news, norfolk, portsmouth, suffolk, virginia beach,
will remain in effect for accomack co, isle of wight co, and northampton co...chesapeake, norfolk, portsmouth, and virginia beach. tonight: light to moderate snow through 10 pm. some stray snow showers through midnight. windy. lows: mid-20s. wind chills: low teens. winds: n 20-30 mph, gusts to 45 mph. sunday: mostly sunny. chilly breeze. highs: mid- 30s. winds: nw 10-20 mph, gusts to 30 mph. monday: mostly sunny. less wind. milder. highs: mid-40s. winds: light sw. earlier today, we had a mix of sleet and freezing rain which put a thin coat of ice on the roads. now, we are tracking light to moderate snow, which will pile on top of the ice. bottom line - the roads will be slippery and slushy tonight. we will not see any significant snowfall totals tonight - up to 2" across the southside, the eastern shore, newport news, and hampton. farther north and west, we could potentially see up to 4". the snow will taper off around 10 pm, but there could be some stray snow be howling out there!
northwest sustained at 20 to 30 mph, with gusts up to 45-50 mph. we still am). water levels will crest around 5.1 to 5.5 feet. by sunday morning, this storm will be long gone. the roads will remain slippery - something to keep in mind if you have plans! we'll be tracking plenty of sunshine tomorrow, but the wind will stay up around 10 to 20 mph, gusts up to 30 mph. as a result, temperatures will be stuck in the mid- 30s. we'll keep mostly sunny skies in the forecast through monday. it'll be noticeably milder with highs in the mid-40s. believe it or not - temps will be back in the
i'm nathan epstein--and we still had sports to tlak about----first odu---at home against one of the best in conference usa---brian parsons with the game story--- the monarchs wrapped up their four game homestand today at the ted against marshall. odu averages 66 points a game, the thundering herd 90 points a game. odu led by one at the break. second half, marshall goes on a run, stevie browning, connects on the 15 footer and marshall with an 8 point lead
back comes odu. trey freeman, the wicked cross over.....the three pointer, the marshall lead down to 3 with less than 3 minutes to play. career high 37 points for freeman. then it's jordan baker from hampton, he hits 4 three's last game, he hit 2 more today, none bigger than this, the marshall lead down to 2. monarchs would tie it on a goaltending call. still tied. shot clock turned off. marshall going for the win, brandan stith with the blocked shot, but it goes out of bounds, another chance for marshall. and the herd capitalize. james kelly gets a good look, throws up the three pointer and it is good. marshall up 78 to 75. 3 seconds to go. one last chance for odu, trey freeman, shades of murray state in the nit, but it's off the back of the rim. odu loses to marshall 78 to 75 in a game that had 17 lead changes "obviously we want to win all these close games, it starts with us honestly, we just have to grind it out and continue to work really hard, that's all i
things turn around the good thing it's not about trying harder we don't have to coach effort at all but we've times old dominion falls to 3 and 4 in the conference. it's 4 losses, by a combined 9 points. monarchs hit the road for sunny florida beginning thursday against florida atlantic. the norfolk admirals are red-hot--they've won 8 of their last 10---a special home game tonight---- norfolk versus elmira---announced attendance---over 42 hundred at the scope--- a lot of pink in the crowd--- pink the rink---proceedds benefit tidewater chapter of susan g komen---for breast cancer research --- first period-- cay-son houghman from the left side--- puts the jackals on top 1-nill in the second--- off the rebound---left side---back of the net-- we're tied at 1---- still in the second---same score---
again---makes it 2-1 elmira--- admirals tie it in the third---but the jackals get the game-winner with 2 and a half minutes left in the game--- admirals cooled off a bit with a 3-2 loss--- meac hoops. hampton hosting savannah state. coach ed joyners team undefeated in conference play. tie game at half time. second half, all hampton. make that all quienton cheiviouis. number 3, spins through traffic and gets the basket and the foul. monster game by chievous. how's this for a stat line. 26 points, 16 rebounds, 5 assists. hu outscores savannah by 23 in the second half on way to a 75 to 52 blowout win. pirates remain undefeated meac play. norfolk state home against south carolina state----spartans in white---white hot from beyond the arc----charles olivers----team-high 19 points---6 made three pointers---- alex long was 5 of 6 from the field---and had 10 points---there's the loudest bucket he had all night--one-handed dunk---nsu ties a school record with
pointers---second in the meac after a 84-74 win. virginia wesleyan---and lynchburg----wesleyan in white---khory moore to the tin---team -high 19 points---marlins down 2 with under 10 to play---keijon honore----banks home the three-----wesleyan up one----and also off the bench---khalil barnette---yessir from three---marlins hang on for a 86-78 win.