Looking for info on Virginia Beach weather, including temps, surf conditions, and the best time of year to visit?
Warm to hot summers (daytime temps range from low 70's to mid-80's) make for perfect beach vacations. Summer includes cool evenings, which makes for lovely, relaxing walks along the Boardwalk.
Though not as popular with tourists, off-season (especially fall and spring) can be a real treat. Lodging prices drop significantly, crowds decline, and cooler temperatures are just the ticket for golf and other outdoor activities, including the famous Virginia Beach Neptune Festival.
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In the fall, the weather contributes to the brilliant leaf displays along the James River--stunning golds and yellows, and vibrant reds--that make it a perfect time to visit the James River Plantations, about an hour and a half drive from the beach.
Other great places to view spectacular fall foliage include the Charlottesville area (home of Thomas Jefferson's Monticello and Michie Tavern) and the Shenandoah Valley leading up to Luray Caverns.
Surf's up! Virginia Beach has some of the best surfing spots on the Atlantic seaboard. How's the surf today?
Click here for the Virginia Beach surf cam, courtesy of Surfline.com (they also provide even more detailed Virginia Beach weather conditions), and give you real-time images from these Virginia Beach surfing spots:
By the way, while you're speeding to the beach to catch some waves and take advantage of the great Virginia Beach weather, make sure you take it easy on the pedal. Virginia Beach was recently voted one of the top ten speed traps in the nation. Click here for speed-trap intersections where you need to be especially wary.
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