Hampton Roads Braces for Moderate to Major Tidal Flooding Monday
Hampton Roads is bracing for moderate to major tidal flooding on Monday, especially during Monday morning’s commute.
Many area schools around the region have closed on Monday in anticipation of the second round of bad weather.
There is a wind advisory in effect from Sunday night until Monday night for most of the region. This could lead to downed trees, power lines, and power outages. Coastal flooding is also forecasted.
According to the National Weather Service in Wakefield, Monday’s high tide is projected to be from 6.9 to 7.3 feet.
Cities in Hampton Roads are under High Wind Advisories and Coastal Flood Warnings as well. Get the latest here.