Your Local Weather Authority is tracking a tropical system off of the East Coast.
Severe weather is more limited than it was on Saturday
Storms are less severe, but flooding is more likely
We're taking a look at your Friday forecast.
Storms take a break until Monday
As many of you head back to work for the week, be sure to keep an umbrella handy. It’s looking to be a soggy start for some with a chance for localized flooding.
There’s a chance for some storms ahead along with hot temps returning.
Rounds of heavy rain are expected to move through parts of our region Thursday. We’re working for you on when you’ll need your umbrella.
A Weather Authority Alert Day goes into effect Monday, and we’re working for you to break down what you can expect in your area.
Meteorologist Chris Michaels will join us to give you a detailed look at your weekday forecast.
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Stay safe and weather aware with us through the evening
Chief Meteorologist Jeff Haniewich is tracking severe storms rolling through our region. Tune in to find out what you can expect in your backyard.
Meteorologist Marshall Downing will join us to give you a detailed look at your weekend forecast.
Meteorologist Chris Michaels will join us to give you a detailed look at your weekweek forecast.
Rain lets up by the weekend
Once showers come back they stick around much of next week
Chief Meteorologist Jeff Haniewich joins us to give you a detailed look into severe storms moving across the region.
Even Friday’s showers and storms are isolated
Chief Meteorologist Jeff Haniewich joins us to give you a detailed look into your Father’s Day weekend forecast.
A northeast wind keeps things cloudy and much cooler Sunday compared to Saturday
Storms are hard to find after Saturday
Chief Meteorologist Jeff Haniewich will join us to give you a detailed look at your weekend forecast.
Temperatures drop close to 15 degrees this weekend
Once showers arrive they stick around well into next week
Last year’s storm damaged homes and injured two people
Skies stay cloudy straight through, but storms are rare
Saturday is the last soggy day for quite some time
As we head into a new week, let’s check in with Meteorologist Chris Michaels for a quick breakdown of the forecast in our morning Appcast.
Temperatures stay consistent well into next week
There has been a tornado warning issued for Bland and Tazewell counties.
Wondering what the weather will be like this week? Meteorologist Chris Michaels has you covered!
Join Meteorologist Chris Michaels for our 7:05 a.m. Appcast as he tracks a potent storm system that could bring severe weather to our region.
Storms between 1 and 9 p.m. Tuesday may produce localized wind damage, hail and flooding
Sunday itself is nice and mostly dry
Meteorologist Marshall Downing will join us tonight to give you a detailed look at your workweek forecast.
Meteorologist Chris Michaels gives you a look at your forecast as we head into the work week.
Monday and Tuesday bring extra showers and some storms
Storms arrive Sunday afternoon
Chief Meteorologist Jeff Haniewich is joining us tonight to give you a look at your weekend forecast.
May is shaping up nicely after a cool start
Low pressure nearby will keep things feeling like March again
Chief Meteorologist Jeff Haniewich is back in tonight to let us know if the days ahead will be as nice as they are today, and if they’ll carry a bit of wind along with them.
The pattern lasts until Wednesday
Meteorologist Chris Michaels is joining us tonight to give you a look at your workweek forecast.
Weather is very similar Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday
Rain lets up in the afternoon
Saturday stays dry with plenty of rain Sunday
Meteorologist Chris Michaels is joining us tonight to give you a look at your weekend forecast.
Saturday gives us a short dry break
Meteorologist Marshall Downing is tracking rain through the rest of the morning and storm chances this afternoon.
Chief Meteorologist Jeff Haniewich is tracking wet weather moving back across the area. Suprise, surprise, just ahead of the weekend.
Chief Meteorologist Jeff Haniewich lets you know what to expect for your workweek forecast.
Clouds limit temperatures into next week
Highs are stuck in the 60s through the week
Rain stays away until the middle of the week.
Cool weather sticks around next week
Chief Meteorologist Jeff Haniewich lets you know what to expect for your weekend forecast.
Only one rainy day until late next week
On Monday, it’ll feel more like March than April as it feels a bit chillier than what we’ve gotten used to over the past few days.
It takes until Monday for a dry stretch to begin
Wet weather sticks around through the weekend
Chief Meteorologist Jeff Haniewich will be live tonight, tracking a system that’s bringing flooding in other parts of the nation. That system is heading our way this weekend.
A public memorial is slated to begin at 5 p.m. for the victims of Monday’s bank shooting in Louisville, Kentucky.
We go from cold and frosty Tuesday morning to 70s and sunshine by the afternoon
Meteorologist Marshall Downing will be live tonight at 10 p.m. to give you a detailed look into your workweek and will let you know which days will be best to leave grab your jacket on-the-go.
Meteorologist Chris Michaels lets you know which days will be our warmest this week and when you could see rain.
Easter Sunday will be a lot sunnier than the last two days
Showers are limited Saturday and keep away most of next week
Chief Meteorologist Jeff Haniewich lets you know how long the warm temps will stick around and when storms will be heading our way.
Rain keeps falling, but storms stay away
Scattered strong-to-severe storms are expected to sweep through our region Thursday as we experience unseasonable warmth.