A primer on thunderstorm formation accompanied by storm photos from Southwest and Southside Virginia during the past few weeks.
Southwest and Southside Virginia have missed out on heat waves broiling other areas, but heat is bulging eastward in days ahead, and a few spots may hit 100 by Saturday.
Here’s how some places got inundated and we all inhaled more unwanted smoke over the past several days in Southwest and Southside Virginia.
Less humid weather early this week in Virginia caused the heat index – a measure of how higher temperatures affect the body with varying humidity levels – to be a few degrees cooler than the actual temperature.
Winter and summer have largely been missing in the first half of 2023 across Southwest and Southside Virginia. Here’s what the second half of the year may hold.
The dense haze from Canadian wildfire smoke is expected to gradually lessen over the next couple of days in Southwest and Southside Virginia.
Thursday marks the 11th anniversary of one of Virginia’s windiest squall lines on its hottest day in a generation.
Another in a series of stuck low-pressure systems is circulating rounds of rainfall into Virginia all week and keeping summerlike heat at bay.
Record-warm global average temperatures are almost a foregone conclusion, but that might not translate to the thermometer at your Southwest or Southside Virginia home.
Many locations in Southwest and Southside Virginia will be in the 40s on Thursday and Friday mornings as wildfire smoke continues to waft through our air.