Storms Sunday afternoon will be capable of producing localized wind damage
Nearly 2,000 AEP customers are in the dark following thunderstorms and showers throughout Central and Southwest Virginia.
One more day with showers and storms before sunny skies and seasonable highs
Slow-moving storms could lead to localized flooding
Pop-up evening storms hit some areas hard early Tuesday evening, and there could potentially be more isolated storms that come through our region soon.
Officials say at least 8 people were killed in the flooding in Kentucky.
Storms Friday have the chance to become severe, especially along and east of US 29
Localized flooding and/or wind damage will be possible with storms each day this week
The daily chance for slow-moving thunderstorms leads to the chance for flooding
Storms mainly pop south of U.S. 460 Thursday afternoon
Local authorities and organizations in our region are coming together to support those that were affected by severe storms that tore through Southwest Virginia last week.
Trees down, broken roads, crushed cars, and a muddy mess – Olivia Wilson, a New Life Fellowship Pastor, said Buchanan County families are struggling.
Governor Glenn Youngkin made a trip to Buchanan County on Friday to meet with families impacted by the floods and to lend a helping hand.
On Friday, Governor Glenn Youngkin visited with families and first responders, aided in relief efforts and toured areas impacted by heavy rainfall and severe flooding in Buchanan County.
On Thursday, the Better Business Bureau serving Western VA released a statement warning Buchanan County flooding victims about people looking to take advantage of those who need help following Tuesday’s storms.
Some thunderstorms, like the ones that hit our region on Tuesday, come with terential downpours, strong winds, flooding, and even hail, all of which have the potential for billions in damages, according to the agency.
Flooding continues to devastate communities in Buchanan County as residents begin to salvage what they can.
As the Buchanan County community reels from the devastation, surrounding nonprofits are gearing up to help.
Even though the water is starting to recede and cleanup is underway, the Sheriff said that three roads are still closed and that people should try to avoid the area when possible, but there are still ways to help out safely.
44 residents are unaccounted for, the Sheriff’s Office said, but there have been no fatalities or injuries so far.
Roanoke City and Roanoke County crews received the call around 7 a.m. on Wednesday morning. Between the two departments and the city of Salem, 17 personnel were sent to the area with boats and equipment.
On Wednesday, Governor Glenn Youngkin declared a state of emergency to help those affected by the heavy downpours and flooding with more response and recovery efforts, according to a press release.
A front lingering nearby triggers more storms for some Wednesday afternoon
Tuesday evening’s storms are leaving hundreds of people without power.
Highs reach the 80s and 90s prior to scattered evening storms Tuesday
A handful of storms Friday and Saturday could turn strong-to-severe
There will likely be fewer storms Thursday than what we've seen in recent days
Storm clusters, heat and humidity continue each day the rest of the week
Thousands are without power due to a handful of severe storms that moved through the region on Tuesday.
Storms Tuesday afternoon and evening will be capable of producing scattered outages or wind damage
Clusters of scattered storms dive from the northwest almost each day this week
It’s now been a decade after a derecho devastated homes and businesses in the Commonwealth.
The wind storm certainly left a mark on our region – An entire decade later, many of you are sharing your memories of what happened that day and in the days that followed.
True to form, it will be hot, humid and stormy at times this 4th of July weekend
A Bedford woman said she’s lucky to be alive after being trapped inside her home for hours during Wednesday night’s storm.
Happy Monday and welcome to another edition of Beyond The Forecast!
The heat and humidity both go away in time for Father's Day weekend
Clusters of storms continue to dive south Tuesday, while high heat remains each day this week
The heat index will exceed 100° in parts of the area each day this week
Scattered storms return to the forecast Tuesday and Wednesday
A few storms Thursday afternoon and evening may turn strong or severe
Temperatures reach the 80s and 90s Thursday before a higher chance of scattered storms
Storms late Thursday tap into our hot air mass, creating the threat for a few strong to severe thunderstorms
Bedford County officials held a press conference after severe weather tore through the area, leaving destruction in its path.
After assessing 50 structures, the Virginia Department of Emergency Management says only 15 sustained damage during Friday morning’s severe weather in Bedford County. We’re told three of those were destroyed.
Storms east of US 220 Friday could become strong to severe
Storms will produce localized flooding and/or severe weather Thursday night and Friday
The cool wedge finally breaks after Wednesday
A front taps into our warmth and humidity to bring the chance for stronger thunderstorms Monday
A watch means to prepare for possible severe weather. Take action when warnings are issued.