369 customers still without power in Isle of Wight County. Estimated time of restoration: 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Red flags are out in Sandbridge, Resort, Northend and Croatan due to rough surf, high winds and risk of rip currents

UPDATE: Snowfall totals across Hampton Roads, North Carolina

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Here is an updated list of snowfall totals as of Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Elizabeth City: 6.2″

Hertford: 3.5″

Tyner: 6″

Zuni: 7″

Chesapeake: 10″

Carrollton: 7.2″

Franklin: 5.2″

South Norfolk/Chesapeake 7″

Oceana NAS: 8″

Norfolk NAS: 4″

Gloucester: 6″

Kempsville: 6.5″

Willoughby Spit: 10″

Norfolk Airport: 5.6″

Portsmouth: 8″

Surry: 4.5″

Wakefield: 3.9″

Suffolk: 5″

Great Bridge (Ches): 5″

Langley AFB: 6″

Poquoson: 5″

Wallops Island: 4″

Denbigh: 4″

Tabb York: 6.7″

Fox Hill: 7″

Williamsburg: 4.5″

Yorktown: 5″

Beaconsdale: 6″

How much snow are you seeing in your neighborhood?

Here’s what you do… Find an open place (not under trees, not on a deck, not on pavement), take several snow depth measurements around the general area, then average the numbers.

Let me know your snow total (so far), where you are (city/county and town/neighborhood), and when you took the measurement.

– Meteorologist Myles Henderson


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