AccuWeather reports as the weather pattern transitions to La Niña this fall, warm weather is predicted across much of the eastern United States.
AccuWeather reports rain and thunderstorms will threaten parades, barbecues and fireworks displays across portions of the central and eastern United States on Independence Day.
AccuWeather reports experts are calling for an above-normal hurricane season this year with 14 named storms forecast for the Atlantic basin.
Farmers in some parts of Virginia have been experiencing one of the rainiest months of May on record, and they’re finding it difficult to keep their spirits afloat.
There’s risk every spring that a hard freeze will kill tender fruit blossoms. Virginia apple and peach growers are familiar with that risk.
When extreme weather strikes, isolated populations often find themselves vulnerable in the face of environmental hazards.
The Iowa caucuses are set to begin at 7 p.m. local time Monday. As they do, a winter storm will be barreling down on the Hawkeye State.
The image of a polar bear standing on a shrinking iceberg has become one of the most iconic symbols of global warming, yet few of us realize just how important the Arctic’s ice is.
The U.S. Small Business Administration joined other federal and local government agencies across the country in reminding people to prepare for severe weather.
Heavy snow is falling across central Virginia and highways throughout the region are snow covered and slippery.
As the first of two forecasted snow storms makes its way across the Commonwealth Wednesday, Virginians are encouraged to plan ahead.
The City of Staunton is preparing for an impending snow storm forecasted to begin Friday and continue at least into Saturday.
A Winter Storm Watch is in effect for the Shenandoah Valley and Central Virginia with a possibly historic snowstorm headed our way on Friday.
VDOT is ready to respond to snow showers and high winds that are forecast for parts of the Shenandoah Valley Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday morning.
The Virginia Department of Transportation stands ready for the winter season ahead, when snow and ice may impact travel on 10,400 lane-miles of roadway in Central Virginia.
AccuWeather reports while Hurricane Joaquin is no longer expected to make a landfall in the United States, AccuWeather meteorologists warn that the risk to lives and property remains high despite the shift in track of the storm.
Shenandoah National Park officials are issuing a weather advisory for anybody planning on travel to the Park over the next few days. Since Monday, the Park has received 8.8 inches of rain in some areas, resulting in localized flooding of trails, parking lots and roads.
Central Virginians are urged to prepare for as much as five inches of rain on Friday and Saturday, and the potential for more severe weather from Hurricane Joaquin beginning Sunday evening.
Dominion Virginia Power is tracking Hurricane Joaquin and two other weather systems that could lead to flooding, high winds and falling trees that could result in widespread and extended power outages in the company’s service area.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham reports on the potentially dangerous mix of storms – a coastal low developing in the Southeast and Hurricane Joaquin – that could wreak havoc on Virginia this weekend.
Heavy rain caused flooding in parts of Southwest Virginia and impacted 138 roads across the Commonwealth yesterday. Widespread flooding and expected rain from several weather systems, including the potential landfall of Hurricane Joaquin through the weekend could cause additional impacts statewide and hamper travel.
AccuWeather reports while lulls in tropical activity in the Atlantic will continue, a rapid end to the hurricane season in September does not always occur during an El Niño.
AccuWeather reports Danny became the first hurricane of the 2015 Atlantic season this week and is on track to bring drenching rain to part of the northern Caribbean islands next week.
HomeownersInsurance.com researchers decided to take a look at occurrences of flood, wind, lightning, and hail to determine the cities in Virginia that are the safest from severe weather.
Governor Terry McAuliffe and his cabinet were briefed this week on the 2015 hurricane season, which began June 1st and extends through November 30th. Discussions included the commonwealth’s hurricane preparations and ongoing efforts to improve critical areas of response and recovery.