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side's rico bush is live as public works crews start treating the roads. and many school districts in our area are closed or are closing early. you'll find them scrolling at the bottom of your screen and you can see a full list on wavy dot com. our first stop this morning is in the weather center. jeremy, many of us are going to see the storm a warning for northampton county nc, southampton, surry, james city counties, and the peninsula to all points northward today into tomorrow. winter weather advisory up for bertie county, hertford and gates counties, suffolk, isle of wight county, and the peninsula. more could be added later this morning or around midday. today: mostly cloudy. wintry mix forming by later this morning and really kicking in by midday. this will be snow, sleet, and some rain at first. through the day it will gradually change over to rain in the metro area, but not before accumulating on the ground. highs will be in
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degree temps by the evening. winds ne 10-15mph. tonight: wintry mix turns into all rain in the region except the northern fringe of the viewing area. lows near 40. winds ne 15-25mph with gusts to 45mph. saturday: rain becoming scattered snow showers later in the day. highs will be in the low 40s. winds north 15-25mph with gusts up to 45mph. a few gusts to 50mph between the eastern shore and virginia beach. minor tidal flooding is expected during high tide. we have a really messy weather situation today. the wintry mix forming this morning will include eventually this mix will rain is expected. it could be heavy at times. this will allow for a lot of strong winds will form. this will eventually let the temps drop to where flooding durnig high tide. stay tuned for updates. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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our team coverage continues as local crews are getting the roads ready. millions on the east coast are bracing for the snowstorm. its expected to hit later today and bring a wintry mix in our area. rico bush is live in virginia beach this morning with public works crews. rico - don, brandi, we are watching this winter storm very closely and you can bet local and state officials are monitoring the forecasts as well. several crews are all
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this major storm system, by preparing the roads before it hits! the snow storm could bring us a lot more than
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the snow storm could bring us a lot more than snow - there could also out right now - so make sure you have all you need to stay
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live in virginia beach, rico bush, 10 on your side. before the storm hits today, download our free wavy weather app and wavy news app. with both you'll be able to see any school closings and delays and get hour- by-hour forecasts. breaking news this morning from north korea. the country says it arrested a university of virginia student on suspicion of a hostile act. north korean's news agency reported, police claim otto warmbier entered the country as a tourist. warmbier is suspected of being linked to the u-s and plotting against north korea. a warm place to go. a local shelter says it's doors are open
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("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") winter storm warning for northampton county nc, southampton, surry, james city counties, and the peninsula to all points northward today into tomorrow. winter weather advisory up for bertie county, hertford and gates counties, suffolk, isle of wight county, and the peninsula. more could be added later this morning or around midday. today: mostly cloudy. wintry mix forming by
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really kicking in by midday. this will be snow, sleet, and some rain at first. through the day it will gradually change over to rain in the metro area, but not before accumulating on the ground. highs will be in the 30s with near 40 degree temps by the evening. winds ne 10-15mph. tonight: wintry mix turns into all rain in the region except the northern fringe of the viewing area. lows near 40. winds ne 15-25mph with gusts to 45mph. saturday: rain becoming scattered snow showers later in the day. highs will be in the low 40s. winds north 15-25mph with gusts up to 45mph. a few gusts to 50mph between the eastern shore and virginia beach. minor tidal flooding is expected during high tide. we have a really messy weather situation today. the wintry mix forming this morning will include accumulating snow for a good portion of the region. we will slowly warm up today. so eventually this mix will change to rain. strong onshore winds will let the temps warm up this evening and tonight. so
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could be heavy at times. this will allow for a lot of melting. tomorrow an area of low pressure will evening into very early flooding durnig high tide. stay tuned for updates. good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now. sold out. we'll take you to the shores where bread, shovels, and salt fly off
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as winter weather makes its way to hampton roads - homeless youth in our area become even more vulnerable.
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the clothes on their backs. (see-ton) seton youth shelters has two locations in virginia beach. the executive director tells us they want to spread the word that older children and teens can use seton as a resource. c1 17:57:46 - there are many threats to their safety. physical and emotional safety out there. and when the weather temperature drops, and it's cold outside, it just really magnifies all those issues. :57 seton serves youth from ages 9 to 17. there are several other shelters in the community the homeless can turn to. we have that information posted on wavy-dot-com. half a dozen states are under a state of emergency, including virginia. governor terry mcauliffe says the commonwealth is ready for the storm. we're prepared, we've got everybody in place butt to i've closed the state government. let's keep folks off the road so our personnel can do their work." governor mcauliffe says he's worried about virginians in rural
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specifically those in the southwest part of the state. that's one reason why he activated and deployed the national guard. governor pat mccrory also declared a state of emergency for north carolina. :42 -:54 "with the lower temperatures. the sleet and freezing rain will accumulate as ice. making roads very tretcherous and coating trees and possibly having an impact on our power." mccrory said the state is ready for the winter storm. this includes having all state highway patrol troopers activated or on standby. chainsaw crews are also on standby to quickly clear any blocked roads. the winter storm already moved into the western part of virginia. in roanoke, forecasters predict between one and two feet of snow will fall. many schools and colleges are closed today including virginia tech. this is a live look at roanoke before the snow moves in. v-dot says crews are working around the clock to monitor traffic. workers already started
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the western part of the state with a salt brine solution. (-- sot --) (mark jamison / roanoke transportation director:08) "we're all just going to have to live through it. we certainly appreciate our citizens' patience, but we're just not going to have that luxury to push neighborhood streets state police, v-dot and triple-a are telling everyone to stay home. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") winter storm warning for northampton county nc, southampton, surry, james city counties, and the peninsula to all points northward today into tomorrow. winter weather advisory up for bertie county, hertford and gates counties, suffolk, isle of wight county, and the peninsula. more could be added later this morning or around midday. today: mostly cloudy. wintry mix forming by later this morning and really kicking in by midday. this will be snow, sleet, and some rain at first. through the day it will gradually change over to rain in the metro area, but not before accumulating on the
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the 30s with near 40 degree temps by the evening. winds ne 10-15mph. tonight: wintry mix turns into all rain in the region except the northern fringe of the viewing area. lows near 40. winds ne 15-25mph with gusts to 45mph. saturday: rain becoming scattered snow showers later in the day. highs will be in the low 40s. winds north 15-25mph with tidal flooding is expected during high tide. we have a really messy weather situation today. the wintry mix forming this morning will include accumulating snow for a good portion of the region. we will slowly warm up today. so eventually this mix will change to rain. strong onshore winds will let the temps warm up this evening and tonight. so rain is expected. it could be heavy at times. this will allow for a lot of melting. tomorrow an area of low pressure will move through the region. on the backside very
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this will eventually let the temps drop to where snow will re-form. scattered snow showers will continue saturday evening into very early sunday morning becoming flurries. strong winds will continue with minor to possily moderate tidal flooding durnig high tide. stay tuned for updates.
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check traffic now.
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virginia and up into baltimore are under a blizzard warning. many school districts are closed today. the federal government is even closing early at noon to make sure employees get home safely. you're looking live at the capitol building in washington, dc. forecasters are uring people in the area to just stay home if they can. road crews are pretreating the highways hoping to avoid a repeat from wednesday night's gridlock. meteorologists forecast between two to three feet of snow will fall in washington, d-c. people also flocked to the grocery stores and cleared the shelves! (mos)"we sold out of everything!" this wal-mart in washington sold out of bread on wednesday. hardware stores are also seeing an increase in sales. they can't seem to keep rock salt or shovels on the shelves. people in raleigh, north carolina rushed to fill up their carts before the winter storm. folks lined up in grocery stores with baskets filled with bread, milk, water, and other essentials.
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gas stations as people topped off their tanks. meteorologists predict more than a half inch of ice and up to three inches of snow will cover the area. it's a busy morning in the super doppler 10 weather center. meteorologist jeremy wheeler is updating his rain and snow totals, while also working on a new blog. you'll be able to find it on wavy dot com later this morning. ice woes. freezing rain poses a threat to many people loosing power. 10 on your side checks in with power crews to see how they are preparing. and sledding at the captiol. it was controversial for familes last year, but what about during this weekend's blizzard? we have an update on a
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as our nation's captiol prepares for a blizzard, many families are figuring out what to do with all the snow. many plan to head out and sled. one of the best spots in d-c is on capitol hill. its now legal to slide down the federal hills. last month a congresswoman added a line in the new federal spending bill that gave lawmakers support for families to sled. this is video from last year when families gathered for a "sled-in" protest.
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march after the capitol police warned residents sledding was banned. and as people prepare to be stuck inside they apparently do not want to be without beer. the beverage is in high demand near washington, d-c before storm hits. distributors have been working since monday to make sure that when the snow starts falling, folks will have a beer in their hand. extra trucks made deliveries and crews worked overtime. we're on your side tracking winter weather heading to hampton roads today. editor: attach the video lv feeds back we have all angles covered. rico bush is live in virginia beach following how the public works department is preparing. jen lewis is monitoring conditions on the roads. and meteorologist jeremy wheeler has continuous updates on how much of a wintry mix we could see. thanks for joining us, i'm brandi cummings in for katie collett. and i'm don roberts. let's start with what our area can expect
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storm. meteorologist jeremy wheeler has the latest from the super doppler 10 weather center. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") winter storm warning for northampton county nc, southampton, surry, james city counties, and the peninsula to all points northward today into tomorrow. winter weather advisory up for bertie county, hertford and gates counties, suffolk, isle of wight county, and the peninsula. more could be added later this morning or around midday. today: mostly cloudy. wintry mix forming by later this morning and really kicking in by midday. this will be snow, sleet, and some rain at first. through the day it will gradually change over to rain in the metro area, but not before accumulating on the ground. highs will be in the 30s with near 40 degree temps by the evening. winds ne 10-15mph. tonight: wintry mix turns into all rain in the region except the northern fringe of the viewing area. lows near 40. winds ne 15-25mph with gusts to 45mph. saturday: rain
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showers later in the day.
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