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Todays Jet Stream Location.
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Eastern Shore

 


National Hurricane Center 5 day Maria

 

National Hurricane Center 5 day Jose

Hurricane Maria Computer Model #1
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Local Wakefield Forcast - Accomack

Hurricane Maria Computer Model #2
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Local Wakefield Forcast - Northampton

 

Hurricane Jose Computer Model #1
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Local Wakefield Forcast - Accomack

Hurricane Jose Computer Model #2
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Local Wakefield Forcast - Northampton

 

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The following links and information are provided as a public service to our community to "Keep You In Touch" with local weather events. The information in the Severe Weather Center changes instantly as conditions dictate. You should use your "Refresh or Reload" button often to see the latest information..


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In Shore
Watch/Warning Areas
National Watch/Warning Areas Interactive Radar (New)
Local Watches, Warnings & Advisories Wakefield Va. Radar
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National Hurricane Center  
Virginia Special Weather Warnings ALL
Off Shore
Storm Tracking
Hurricane Maria
Atlantic Tropical Weather Discussion Space Weather Advisory Outlook
Hazardous Weather Statements Tracking Map 1 - Tracking Ensamble 1
Marine Weather Statements Computer Model #1
**Wakefield Latest Weather Statement** Computer Model #2
Accuweather Storm Maria
NOAA Daily Briefing
Wakefield Forcast - Northampton
GFS, CMC & NAVY Models
Wakefield Forcast - Accomack
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[Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel Forecast]

2017 NOAA Tide Predictions

Chesapeake Bay, Eastern Shore
[[Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel Tides]]

Fishermans Island Kiptopeke Old Plantation Light
Cape Charles Harbor Occohannock Creek Pungoteague Creek
Onancock Creek Chesconessex Creek Watts Island
Tangier Island Muddy Creek Entrance Guard Shore

SeaSide
Chincoteague

Assateague Beach Harbor of Refuge Chincoteague Channel
Wishart Point, Bogues Bay USCG Station Lewis Creek
Oyster Bay Blake Cove Jesters Island
Franklin City South Point, Sinepuxent Neck  

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Eastern Shore
North of Eastern Shore
South of Eastern Shore
Across The Bay
Campbell Field Airport Live Ocean City, MD Duck NC Hampton Roads Traffic Cams
Chincoteague Island Rehoboth Beach, DE Marina Hatteras Lynnhaven Inlet Bridge Replacement
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Resource Center
Virginia Department of Emergency Management  
Satellite Image Server Storm Surge Maps
Off Shore Buoy Data Center Hurricane Kit
Hurricane Categories:  
Category 1
Winds Surge Vulnerable
74 to 95 mph 4-5ft above normal Unanchored mobile homes, shrubbery and trees, some piers. Some coastal road flooding.
Category 2
Winds Surge Vulnerable
96 to 110 mph 6-8ft above normal Roofing material, trees, many mobile homes, piers, small craft in unprotected anchorages. Coastal roads and low-lying escape roads flood two to four hours before center of storm arrives.
Category 3
Winds Surge Vulnerable
111 to 130 mph 9-12ft above normal Small homes and buildings, large trees, all mobile homes. Low-lying escape routes flooded three to five hours before center arrives, and flooding destroys small structures.
Category 4
Winds Surge Vulnerable
131 to 155 mph 13-18ft above normal Walls, roof structures, doors and windows of small homes, all signs and trees, lower floors of structures near the shore. Terrain lower than 10 feet above sea level may flood, requiring evacuations six miles inland.
Category 5
Winds Surge Vulnerable
greater than 155 mph greater than 18ft
above normal
Homes and buildings of all sizes, especially roofs, windows and doors. Terrain lower than 15 feet above sea level may flood, requiring evacuations as far as 10 miles inland.

 

The information on this page is compiled and operated by WESR radio's webmaster, Lennie Core

Email: operations@coreave.com