Virginia Beach Virginia Weather
While the Atlantic coast of the US may lack water, it is blessed with beautiful beaches, and Ocean View is the perfect place for sunbathers and swimmers.
There are swamps to explore and wildlife to watch, while there are dunes to wander, as well as a variety of hiking dune trails. Check out our list of the top 15 beaches in Virginia for tips on the best places to take a break along the coast, or check out this list of the top 15 places to visit in the state.
The topography within 2 miles of Virginia Beach is essentially flat, and for the purposes of this report, the geographic coordinates of Virginia Beach are at the top of the map below, at a distance of 1.5 miles from the coast.
Every day, different types of precipitation were observed, with no trace amounts, and rain and snow fell on the same day. The amount of rain, snow or snowfall that has fallen in the 31 days has changed significantly, but remained in the range of 0.5 to 1.8 inches per day for most of the year, with the exception of a brief period of 2 to 3 inches in January and February.
The clear part of the year in Virginia Beach began on August 2 and lasted 3.7 months until it ended on November 24. Daylight saving time (Daylight saving time) was observed from spring (14 March) over 7.8 months until autumn (7 November). The earliest sunset was on December 5 at 4.47 pm, and the latest sunset was observed on December 6 at 5.45 pm. The ribbons (yellow and grey) indicate the time of day in the morning and at night, as well as the amount of rain and snow.
The wet season lasted 3.2 months, with one day being the wettest and the driest. The wind came from the northwest at an average speed of 35 mph and was the second-highest wind speed in Virginia Beach, just behind the wind at the top of the city.
Light rainfall (12-15 degrees) continued from Friday to Saturday as lows east of the coast. A low is expected on Saturday, but it is expected to be cooler and closer to normal for this time of year.
On Saturday, the dew point in Virginia Beach, Virginia, will be 39 degrees. On Sunday it will be 33 ° C on the beach and a low of 31 ° C. On Monday, however, Richmond and the rest of the state will reach a low of 33 degrees (-1 degrees).
On Sunday, the dew point will be 32 degrees Celsius (-1 degrees Celsius) on the beach and 31 degrees Celsius (-2 degrees Fahrenheit) in Richmond and the rest of the state. On Monday, it will be 33 degrees in Virginia Beach and 31 degrees in the city.
On Saturday, the dew point will be 44 degrees Celsius (7 degrees Celsius) on the beach and 31 degrees Celsius (3 degrees Celsius) in Richmond and the rest of the state. On Sunday it will be 40 degrees F (4 degrees D), with a high of 44 degrees Fahrenheit (6 degrees C) and a low of 32 degrees (1 degrees S).
On Sunday, the dew point will be 32 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit) on the beach and 31 degrees Celsius (3 degrees Fahrenheit) in Richmond and the rest of the state. On Monday it will be 27 degrees F (1 degree C), with a high of 40 degrees Fahrenheit (4 degrees D) and a low of 32 degrees (1 degree S).
On Saturday, the dew point in Richmond and the rest of the state will be 31 degrees Celsius (0 degrees C), with a high of 40 degrees Fahrenheit (4 degrees D) and a low of 32 degrees (1 degrees S). On Sunday it will be 29 degrees on the beach and 31 degrees on the coast.
On Sunday, the dew point will be 39 degrees Celsius, with a high of 37 degrees Fahrenheit (3 degrees D) and a low of 32 degrees (1 degrees S). On Monday, it will be 26 degrees on the beach and 31 degrees in Richmond and the rest of the state, with highs of 39 degrees.
Low temperatures drop to 30-32 ° C on Sunday, with highs of 3 ° Fahrenheit and low temperatures of 32 ° C. Northeasterly winds are moderate. The sea builds up and rises 4-6 ft on Saturday night, but it will take some time to fall back to 5 ft by Sunday as the pressure drops.
A secondary area of cold defences is established, with winds rising to 20 kt. The outlook for low pressure will remain through Monday as high pressure systems remain in the south but temperatures remain seasonal. Friday's high pressure builds and signals that low pressure will form behind a front from the Deep South. This front brings cold air and the possibility of heavy rain to the vicinity, as well as the possibility of one or two thunderstorms.