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lows will be in the upper 30s. winds west 10-20mph. friday: mostly sunny. highs will be in the upper 40s. winds nw of upper level wind energy in the region as well as warm/humid air. so there were numerous reports of severe weather. today we will dry out behind the cold front, but conditions will still be windy. winds will gust up to 35mph out of the west. this could hamper clearnup efforts. we'll have fair skies today with highs in the 50s. we'll be dry going into the weekend. it will be cool on friday and saturday, but we will warm up on sunday. dry for the
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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our team coverage of the deadly storms continues now from one of the hardest hit areas in state - waverly. surveying the damage all morning. rico what are you seeing? curfew in waverly has been lifted residents are also asked to stay at their residences, as first responders are going door-to-door overnight to make certain all residents are accounted for. town and county residents are asked to avoid travel overnight due to debris and downed trees in the roadways. previously reported: at approximately 2:40 p.m., virginia state police began responding to incidents of severe storm damage in the town of waverly along route 40. a 50-year-old male, 26-year-old male and 2- year-old male were killed when their mobile home was destroyed in the storm. all three were
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yards from the mobile home. the bodies were transported to the office of the medical examiner in norfolk for positive identification. state police are still working on next of kin notifications - no names will be released until then. in addition, there are at least 4 other structures damaged within the town limits damaged as a result of this storm. there are no reports of any missing persons. there were reports in the area of seeing a funnel cloud, but there has been no official declaration of it being a tornado. a second band of storm warnings are moved through the region, but fortunately no additional storm damage or injuries. possible tornado cuts path of destruction through appomattox county appomattox co., va. - that left an 8-10 mile adult male whose with an estimated 3,000 students remain at the were cancelled for the appomattox county downed trees, and damaged tapphannock: beginning damaged and numerous (we are not confirming definite number injuries at this time.) you are helping us to
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storm by sending your pictures to report- it-at-wavy-dot-com. vb kings grant exxon.jpg we've been reporting a lot of the damage further west, but take a look at this picture from virginia beach. donna posted this to our facebook page of an exxon station in kings grant. you can see the canopy toppled over on its side. vb gas station damage.jpg and here's another image heather sent to us. we think this is the same gas station, just before the canopy fell. you can see one of the collumns is leaning over. "suff hail photo.jpg" and earlier you saw and heard the hail that fell in suffolk. now check out this close up shot of what actually fell. bernard sent this picture into us. this jagged piece of hail is about the size of a half-dollar. and apart from the hail and wind damage, people are also cleaning up from all the flooding. this is a picture out of mathews county. keep sending us your pictures when it is safe to do so. post them to our facebook page, or email them in to
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stay with us. we have much more coverage of the deadly storms, including a business owner who was right in the middle of it. "i saw my building. i saw the roof torn off. um, and i think that was the shocking part of it." plus, a different view of the storm - through the numbers. we'll describe the
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roads. let's check traffic now. possible charges. why the commonwealth's attorney could bring charges against two newport news officers as early as tomorrow.
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survival. the shortcut to school that nearly ended this teenager's
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now the cleanup process begins. you're looking at just some of the devastation in the small town of waverly. today governor terry mcauliffe will visit waverly and appomattox - the areas hardest hit by the storm. the governor cancelled his original plans for also declared a state of emergency so that public safety agencies can make resources available to the recovery. listen to what a shop-owner on main street in waverly told our jason marks yesterday, minutes after the storm passed. well it was, there's no words to express how bad it was, it was getting dark, the wind was blowing so severly it could have been a tornado, did it touch down here? when i saw the debris fall from the building, i realized we must have been in the midst of a tornado, and as you can see, most of it was in the middle of main
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pushed it off. you said it came out nowhere? i just started blowing from, just so much that the midst of a torndo. what was that like? hear you are, its blowing straight down mainstreet and what was it like? next thing i know, i ran back into the building, the lights on and off, my heart was beating and i wondered if this was the
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reid opened his shop just four weeks ago. he says he hopes to repair the damage and open soon. to really get the scope of this week's severe weather, let's look at the storm in numbers. so far, a total of seven people died this week - four in virginia yesterday and three in the south on tuesday. according to a preliminary report from the national weather service, 16 tornadoes hit on the east coast alone - 8 in virginia, 5 in north carolina, and 3 in florida. we're still waiting to see if the damage from waverly was because of a tornado. cnn reports 52 tornadoes touched down across the country since tuesday. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: partly cloudy. mild, but windy. highs will be in the upper 50s.
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gusts up to 35mph. tonight: partly cloudy. lows will be in the upper 30s. winds west 10-20mph. friday: mostly sunny. highs will be in the upper 40s. winds nw of upper level wind energy in the region as well as warm/humid air. so there were numerous reports of severe weather. today we will dry out behind the cold front, but conditions will still be windy. winds will gust up to 35mph out of the west. this could hamper clearnup efforts. we'll have fair skies today with highs in the 50s. we'll be dry going into the weekend. it will be cool on friday and saturday, but we will warm up on sunday. dry for the
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be in the upper 50s. winds west 15-25mph with gusts up to 35mph. tonight: partly cloudy.
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30s. winds west 10-20mph. friday: mostly sunny. highs will be in the there was a lot of upper level wind energy in the region as well as warm/humid air. so there were numerous reports of severe weather. today we will dry out behind the cold front, but conditions will still be windy. winds will gust up to 35mph out of the west. this could hamper clearnup efforts. we'll have fair skies today with highs in the 50s. we'll be dry going into the weekend. it will be cool on friday and saturday, but we will warm up on sunday. dry for the first half of next week. the region as well as warm/humid air. so there were numerous reports of severe weather. today we will dry out behind the cold front, but conditions will still be windy. winds will gust up to 35mph out of the west. this could hamper clearnup efforts. we'll have fair skies today with
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be dry going into the weekend. it will be cool on friday and saturday, but we will warm up on sunday. dry for the
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good morning, hampton
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navy leaders were in norfolk to answer questions from sailors. it was part of an "all hands call" at naval station norfolk. admiral john richardson, the chief of naval operations, along with the master chief petty officer of the navy, mike stevens ran the event. sailors lined up to ask questions and submitted some through social media. the c-n-o told the sailors his goal is that by the end of this year, no one will go on deployments longer than seven months. friday, the commonwealth's attorney says he will announce possible charges against two newport news police officers. three officers say they tried speaking with kawanza beaty near 18th street last july, but he started running. during the chase, officers say they noticed a sawed off shotgun, and it looked like beaty was pointing it at them. that's when officer randy gibson fired three times and hit beaty. beaty's family is suing gibson and chief richard myers. the family says it plans to hold a news conference following friday's meeting with the commonwealth's attorney.
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bring you a survivor story involving a virginia teenager. the roanoke 17-year-old says he's lucky to be alive after he was hit by a train. the 10th grader was running late for school tuesday morning and took a short cut. police say he was walking near the train tracks with his head phones on. (mathieu bonhomme/ hit by a train) "i was walking and out of no where i just got hit. (butt to) "i was underneath it and it was just dragging me." the teen remained conscious and managed to call his dad. the 17-year-old has cuts on both hands, across his face, and other minor injuries. coming up, expanded coverage as people clean up after yesterday's deadly storms. live team coverage from the hardest hit area, waverly, where police say three people died. we're back in about two
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deadly storm clean-up. from liz kilmer 11 pm pkg started blowing 00:09:16 "it was as fierce as i've ever seen." this morning, the small community of waverly will start rebuilding after yesterday's severe weather killed three people, including a child. 16;23;55 from the 11 pm show open
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homes and the baby was inside too. many people are counting their blessings, saying it could have been much worse. from liz kilmer 11 pm pkg raw 11:15 "you know tomorrow isn't promised to anyone of us so the question you have to ask yourself is--- you know after a situation like this, did the worst happen or did the best happen?" yesterday's severe weather tore through parts of hampton roads. governor terry mcauliffe declared a state of emergency in virginia and plans to tour the damage today. we're on your side with live team coverage of how people are cleaning up. rico bush is live in the hardest hit area, the town of waverly. he has all the overnight developments. and jeremy wheeler is live in the super doppler 10 weather center. jeremy, your technology helped you predict yesterday's weather. how are things looking for today? ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: partly cloudy. mild, but windy. highs will be in the upper 50s. winds west 15-25mph with gusts up to 35mph. tonight: partly cloudy.
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30s. winds west 10-20mph. friday: mostly sunny. highs will be in the upper 40s. winds nw 10-20mph. yesterday's storms caused damage to parts of the region. there was a lot of upper level wind energy in the region as well as warm/humid air. so there were numerous reports of severe weather. today we will dry out behind the cold front, but conditions will still be windy. winds will gust up to 35mph out of the west. this could hamper clearnup efforts. we'll have fair skies today with highs in the 50s. we'll be dry going into the weekend. it will be cool on friday and saturday, but we will warm up on sunday. dry for the first half of next week. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: partly cloudy. mild, but windy. highs will be in the upper 50s. winds west 15-25mph with gusts up to 35mph. tonight: partly cloudy. lows will be in the upper 30s. winds west 10-20mph. friday: mostly sunny. damage to parts of the this could hamper
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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our live team coverage of today's clean-up after severe weather from yesterday, continues with rico bush who's live in waverly this morning. rico, we saw a lot of damage yesterday just before the sun went down. how are things looking now? curfew in waverly has been lifted residents overnight to make certain all residents are accounted for. town and county residents are asked to avoid travel overnight due to debris and downed trees in the roadways. previously reported: at approximately 2:40 p.m., virginia state police began responding to incidents of severe storm damage in the town of waverly along route 40. a 50-year-old male, 26-year-old male and 2- year-old male were killed when their mobile home was destroyed in the storm. all three were found approximately 300 yards from the mobile home. the bodies were transported to the office of the medical examiner in norfolk for positive identification. state police are still working on next of kin notifications - no damaged within the town limits damaged as a result of this storm. there are no reports of any missing persons. there were reports in the area of seeing a funnel cloud, but there has been no official declaration
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second band of storm warnings are moved through the region, but fortunately no additional storm damage or injuries. possible tornado cuts path of destruction through appomattox county appomattox co., va. - appomattox county was severely impacted wednesday (feb. 24) by a reported funnel cloud that left an 8-10 mile the storm and multiple structures damaged along route 460 and route 727, and into the communities of evergreen and promise land. of the seven injuries, two are serious. state and local first responders are currently in evergreen searching for a missing adult male whose residence was destroyed in the storm. there are numerous downed trees and power lines county wide, with an estimated 3,000 to 4,000 residences currently without electricity. appomattox county has set up two shelters for local residents: the community center at 220 community lane in the town of thursday, feb. 25, 2016, as clean up continues through the morning hours and roads are re- opened. many students remain at the appomattox primary school, as the school district is working to contact parents. buses were cancelled for the students' safety as roads became impassable due the in the process of setting available resources. the avoid traveling in and essex county/town of tapphannock: beginning shortly after 8:30 p.m. severe storm damage in injuries have been reported within the area. there are no reported
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at the height of the storm, dominion virginia power reported more than 27-thousand outages in hampton roads and 80-thousand across the state. crews have been working to get customers' power back on. that number is down to about 2-thousand in hampton roads right now. dominion says most of the outages are in western hampton roads and the richmond area. much of virginia was affected by the storm. coming up, we'll show you more incredible damage from across the commonwealth. flooding was also a big issue. see how high water impacted people trying to get home during yesterday's commute. just a reminder to download our free wavy weather app. if you already have it, you know it is a great tool to keep track of what is going on. notification on. it's
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("jeremy ad libs wx cloudy. mild, but windy. highs will winds west 15-25mph with tonight: partly cloudy. lows will be in the upper
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friday: mostly sunny. highs will be in the region. there was a lot of upper level wind energy in the region as well as warm/humid air. so there were numerous reports of severe weather. today we will dry out behind the cold front, but conditions will still be windy. winds will gust up to 35mph out of the west. this could hamper clearnup efforts. we'll have fair skies today with highs in the 50s. we'll be dry going into the weekend. it will be cool on friday and saturday, but we will warm up on sunday. dry for the
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will dry out behind the cold front, but conditions will still be windy. winds will gust up to 35mph out of the west. highs in the 50s. we'll be dry going into the weekend. it will be cool on friday and saturday, but we will warm up on sunday. dry for the first half of next week. good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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our expanded coverage of yesterday's severe storms continues in just 2 minutes. coming up, we'll show you how people on the peninsula are cleaning up. and it wasn't just hampton roads dealing with damage. see the brand new video of what the storm left
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virginia. our expanded coverage of yesterday's storms continues this morning. they were so strong, they blew over trees in newport news. no sot super c67 6:58:53 - next thing i know the tree is coming into the bedroom . mike boothe tells us he, his wife and four kids were home when a tree fell on the
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house. the house is condemned, but no one was hurt. and on cedar lane in the warwick on the james neighborhood, the storm uprooted dozens of trees. fire officials think straight line winds could be to blame. c30 11:19:19 - it was quite the experience. i've lived here all my life and i've been around hurricanes and stuff. i've never heard the wind come up against the house like that. residents brought out their own personal chainsaws to help fire crews clear debris from the road. cedar lane was closed until 10:00 last night. the storms also dumped buckets of hail! hail nats a 10 on your side viewer sent us this video of the hail coming down hard in suffolk. flooding was another problem in many low-lying neighborhoods because we got so much rain. check out this video from downtown and olde towne portsmouth where the rain left a mess for drivers trying to get home. hampton roads wasn't the
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yesterday's storms. new this morning, we can show you what other people across virginia are dealing with. in appomattox county, one man died when a severe thunderstorm rolled through the area. check out this video of the damage. the storm destroyed homes and threw cars around like toys. state police say at least four buildings are total losses. witnesses described the terrifying moments. 40 - no super mos / survived storm "he opened the front door and when he did, he said, 'momma tornado, tornado,' and he ran and i ran, and i was hold, hugging, that tree, one of the trees in my front yard." as we said earlier in the newscast, governor terry mcauliffe issued a state of emergency for virginia that means the virginia national guard, state police, virginia department of emergency management and v-dot can devote every available resource to storm response and recovery. rescue crews pulled out several people trapped in storm wreckage in tappahannock. paramedics took more than 20 people to nearby hospitals, according to
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police. several homes have been destroyed and many roads are still closed this morning. several churches opened their doors as shelters. most schools in that area are closed this morning. and look at this video from near durham, north carolina. this community was also hit hard during the same line of storms that damaged virginia. at least six homes are gone. one man says he was out buying dog treats. his house was damaged so badly, he says he's sure he would have died if he was there. there were no reports of any serious injuries there. here's a live look at chopper 10 in the air, on the way to the storm damage in waverly. we'll check in with pilot steve decker in just a few moments as soon as he's above the scene. keep it right here. ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: partly cloudy. mild, but windy. highs will be in the upper 50s. winds west 15-25mph with
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lows will be in the upper 30s. winds west 10-20mph. friday: mostly sunny. highs will be in the upper 40s. winds nw of upper level wind energy in the region as well as warm/humid air. so there were numerous reports of severe weather. today we will dry out behind the cold front, but conditions will still be windy. winds will gust up to 35mph out of the west. this could hamper clearnup efforts. we'll have fair skies today with highs in the 50s. we'll be dry going into the weekend. it will be cool on friday and saturday, but we will warm up on sunday. dry for the first half of next week. 30s. winds west 10-20mph. friday: mostly sunny. highs will be in the upper 40s. winds nw 10-20mph. yesterday's storms caused damage to parts of the region. there was a lot of upper level wind
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well as warm/humid air. so there were numerous reports of severe weather. today we will dry out behind the cold front, but conditions will still be windy. winds will gust up to 35mph out of the west. this could hamper clearnup efforts. we'll have fair skies today with highs in the 50s. we'll be dry going into the weekend. it will be cool on friday and saturday, but we will warm up on sunday. dry for the
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good morning, hampton roads. let's check
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our coverage of yesterday's deadly storms
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half hour. coming up, we'll show you some of the pictures you took and sent in. plus, live team coverage of the damage. 10 on your side's rico bush is in waverly this morning. we'll check in with him
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we're back with a look at the pictures you sent us of yesterday's deadly storm. most of the damage was in the western parts of hampton roads, with some on the peninsula.
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a suspected tornado killed three people in waverly, including a 2-year-old boy. if you took any pictures of the storm, you can e-mail them to report-it- at-wavy-dot-com. we're also putting these on our website. we want draw your attention to this picture. a 10 on your side viewer snapped it from inside palmer elementary school in newport news during the height of the storm. you can see the children taking cover under the lunch tables for a tornado drill. this is exactly why schools practice for the real thing. this morning, we're live with the latest overnight developments after last night's deadly storm. three people died in waverly. 10 on your side's rico bush is live showing you the damage. chopper 10 is also live, flying to the storm damage in waverly. its hard to see right now, but as soon as the sun rises, we'll show you live aerial
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cleaning up from severe weather. four people in virginia are dead. three of them in waverly after a line of storms marched through the state. s11 waverly damage :2 - :16 runs 14 like a train boom! and them it just morning, there are hundreds of stories of survivals as people start to put their lives back together. s11 waverly damage :21 - :24 runs 3 i would never want to do it again, never sussex county schools are closed, and later today, governor mcauliffe plans to tour the damage. waverly damage jason mobile homes and lifted back up. very scary moments yesterday as people ran very scary moments yesterday as people ran for cover. the national
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wakefield tweeted, they will have survey teams assess the damage from yesterday's storms to confirm if any tornadoes touched down. we were here all afternoon warning you about the danger. as we said, 3 people in waverly died in their mobile home, including a 2-year-old boy. now, the community that was hit the hardest, has to start putting the pieces back together. this morning, we have live team coverage of what the storm left behind. rico bush is in waverly. jen lewis is keeping us up-to-date on the roads. but we start in the super doppler weather center and meteorologist jeremy wheeler. jeremy, you said this was going to happen. can we expect any more severe weather today? ("jeremy ad libs wx headlines") today: partly cloudy. mild, but windy. highs will be in the upper 50s. winds west 15-25mph with gusts up to 35mph. tonight: partly cloudy. lows will be in the upper 30s. winds west 10-20mph. friday: mostly sunny.
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upper 40s. winds nw 10-20mph. yesterday's storms caused damage to parts of the region. there was a lot of upper level wind were numerous reports of severe weather. today we will dry out behind the cold front, but conditions will still be windy. winds will gust up to 35mph out of the west. this could hamper clearnup efforts. we'll have fair skies today with highs in the 50s. we'll be dry going into the weekend. it will be cool on friday and saturday, but we will warm up on sunday. dry for the first half of next week. good morning, hampton roads. let's check

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