RICHMOND (WRIC)—ABC 8News is committed to keeping you safe and informed during the snowstorm that is slamming Virginia on St. Patrick's Day. Be sure to stay with us on air, online and on the go throughout this and other severe weather our region faces.
On Monday, March 17, Good Morning Richmond will begin a half hour early, airing from 4 to 7 a.m. Stay tuned for 8News at 9, Noon, 5, 5:30, 6 and 11 for the most up-to-date forecasts. We'll cut into regularly-scheduled programming as needed to bring you severe weather alerts. Our list of school, church, government and business closings and delays will scroll along the bottom of your TV screen 24/7.
Our website, www.wric.com, is your top source for breaking news, detailed weather forecasts and stories that impact your community.
Can't watch our on-air broadcasts? Our StormTracker weather team posts the on-air broadcasts on our website after each show during severe weather events, as well as exclusive video updates in between broadcasts on the ABC 8News – WRIC Facebook page.
We also have a complete list of school, church, government and business closings on our website. Click here to view the list.
ON THE GO
Download the ABC 8News app for Apple and Android! You'll be the first to know when schools close, severe weather hits and breaking news occurs. Get push notifications sent directly to your mobile device, watch video forecasts and keep up with local news.
Keep the ABC 8News StormTracker weather team in your pocket—download the 8News StormTracker app on your Apple or Android device. Features include hour-by-hour forecasts, exclusive extended forecasts, live streaming radar, severe weather alerts and more.
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When you see breaking news where you are, we want to hear from you! Email your photos, videos and story ideas to iReport8@wric.com. You can also send content to iReport8 directly from the ABC 8News app. You can also call the iReport8 hotline at 804-330-8000.
Remember, when the weather is at its worst, we are at our best!