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Myles Henderson joined the Live VIPIR Forecast Team in June of 2010. He is excited and proud to be a part of WTKR NewsChannel 3, the station that he grew up watching.

Myles is a local guy, calling Chesapeake home, and is a graduate of Hickory High School. Myles didn't venture too far from home after that, a few hours to the southwest to North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology at NC State.

Myles returned to the state of Virginia to start his career as a broadcast meteorologist at the Charlottesville Newsplex (WCAV/WVAW/WAHU). While at WCAV, Myles was a part of the weather team that won the Virginia Association of Broadcasters meritorious award for best weathercast.

When not forecasting in the Live VIPIR Forecast Center, Myles likes to spend time enjoying the outdoors. Camping, hiking, canoeing, snowboarding, any outdoor activity really, but the beach tops the list. He's also an avid sports fan, especially college football and basketball. Myles' favorite teams to follow are the NC State Wolfpack, Carolina Panthers, and Norfolk Admirals.


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    VIDEO: NewsChannel 3 band, The 10-Second Tease, performs in the newsroom

    The 10-Second-Tease is the NewsChannel 3 newsroom band, featuring Erica Greenway, Mike Mather, and Myles Henderson...

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    A pre-Thanksgiving weather mess

    As many of us prepare for Thanksgiving, Mother Nature is dialing up a nasty mix of weather to welcome in the holiday.

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    Viewer question: What does it take to get snow in Hampton Roads?

    With the official start to winter less than a month away and the recent cold snaps across the area, many in Hampton Roads and Northeastern North Carolina are asking questions about what this winter season will bring. This weekend I received an email from Philip with several questions about the winter season: “My question is, in order to get a good snow event here in the Hampton Roads area is to have a storm either from the west or a […]

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    Wind shift = Big changes

    For days we have been tracking a large "Arctic Cold Front" as it slides down from Canada to the U.S. We talked rain, snow, wind, and cold air. Today, that system moved in but it really all boiled down to a wind shift.

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    Freeze warning in effect from 3 a.m. until 8 a.m.

    A freeze warning is in effect from 3 a.m. until 8 a.m. Wednesday, November 13, 2013, according to the National Weather Service. Areas affected include Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Accomack County, Northampton (VA), Pasquotank, Camden, and inland Currituck. Temperature…upper 20s to lower 30s away from the beaches late tonight. Impacts…lingering crops and other temperature sensitive vegetation will be damaged or killed. Precautionary/preparedness actions…a freeze warning means sub-freezing temperatures are highly likely. These conditions will kill crops and other sensitive vegetation.

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    October Weather Recap

    Soggy and warm… Probably the best way to sum up October’s weather in Hampton Roads and Northeastern North Carolina. All four of our local climate sites reported rainfall totals above average this month, but there are still some deficits for the yearly totals. Average temperatures ranged between one and four degrees above normal. Here is a closer look at the numbers: Norfolk Hottest: 89°, Coldest: 37°, Average: 63.8°, Avg vs Norm: +1.7 Rainfall: 4.13″, vs Avg: +0.71″, 8 days of […]

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    Why the Seattle weather?

    For over a week now the forecast has sounded like a broken record… “cloudy, rain, fog, drizzle, etc.” October is not traditionally a soggy month for Hampton Roads. In Norfolk, we average 3.42″ of rain for the entire month of October. We have already topped that mark and we are less than half way through the month. So why do we seem to be stuck in this Seattle-like weather pattern? Generally speaking, weather systems have to be pushed or steered […]

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    Karen weakens into a depression, threatens the Gulf Coast

    Tropical Depression Karen is a much weaker system as it threatens portions of the Gulf Coast with rain and wind over the next few days. Karen is centered about 185 miles south of the mouth of the Mississippi River. Karen is not expected to re-strengthen into a tropical storm as it encounters increasing wind shear and dry air. It will likely make landfall Sunday along the Gulf coast, producing heavy rain and gusty winds over that region. Follow Karen with our Interactive […]

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    Hurricane Watches issued for parts of Gulf Coast over Tropical Storm Karen

    A hurricane watch is in effect for parts of the U.S. Gulf Coast after Tropical Storm Karen formed in the southeastern portion of the Gulf of Mexico, the National Hurricane Center said Thursday. A hurricane watch covers the area from Grand Isle, Louisiana, east to Indian Pass, Florida, where the center of the storm is expected to arrive Saturday, according to forecasters. “Karen is expected to be at or near hurricane strength on Friday,” according a center advisory. Follow Karen […]

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    Tropics Update: Humberto weakens, Tropical Storm Ingrid forms

    There are now THREE named systems in the Atlantic Ocean/Gulf of Mexico. Tropical Depression Gabrielle continues tracking North-Northeast about 200 miles off the East Coast. Gabrielle will likely dissipate tonight and bring rain to parts of Canada. Follow the storms with our interactive hurricane tracker Humberto has weakened to a tropical storm. Humberto will continue to weaken over the next few days as it drifts Northwest over the open Atlantic. Tropical Storm Ingrid has formed in the Gulf of Mexico. […]

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    Hurricane Humberto moves north, Gabrielle now a tropical depression

    Hurricane Humberto maintains strength and continues moving north. Humberto is about 450 miles northwest of the Cape Verde Islands. This system will continue moving north, then make a turn west over the weekend. Humberto will also start to gradually lose strength over the next few days. Follow the storms with our interactive hurricane tracker Gabrielle has weakened to a tropical depression and is now about 200 miles West-Northwest of Bermuda. Gabrielle is moving north and will stay on a generally […]

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    Humberto becomes first hurricane of the season; Gabrielle continues to impact Bermuda

    Humberto has now strengthened into our first hurricane of the season. The storm is about 310 miles west of the Cape Verde Islands. This system is now moving northwest and will take more of a northerly turn over the next few days. Tropical Storm Gabrielle continues to impact Bermuda. Gabrielle is moving north and will stay on a generally north track (and off the east coast) for the next several days. Humberto fell just a few hours short of setting […]

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