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Mar 21

Team Norfolk March 2018 Nor'Easter Update 3-21-18 at 10am

Posted to Emergency Preparedness & Response by Jim Redick

Ladies and Gentlemen,

There is not much change in the forecast from yesterday.
  Wet weather to continue into the afternoon.  Wintry mix between 2pm-8pm, followed by around 30% chance of snow.  Rainfall amounts and snow accumulation are not expected to be problematic.

The highest high tide associated with this event occurred overnight; however, today’s high tide will be very close to the minor flood stage at its peak at 12:42pm.
  Therefore, coastal flooding conditions are expected to occur at least an hour or so before and after that time.  After that, the next high tide of any concern will occur at 1:04am with ponding in the usual spots.

WOW (Warming Overflow Warning) in effect tonight to augment NEST Sheltering accommodations for our residents experiencing homelessness.



Jim Redick
Director, Norfolk EOC

Jun 08

Care and Feeding of Your Trees

Posted to Come Home to Norfolk by Jay TeWalt

A replay of a previous blog by City Forester Michael Nentwich. 


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Mar 07

Bank On Graduation

Posted to Norfolk Resilient City by Katie White

In February Bank On Hampton Roads held its third regional graduation at Tidewater Community College. 

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