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NBC12 keeps you updated on winter weather and Olympics

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) -

We are on your side, committed to keeping you updated on this winter storm.

We understand that you also want to enjoy the winter Olympic coverage on NBC12 - that's why we are dedicated to making sure we bring you critical updates on this storm, without interrupting your Olympic experience.

Wednesday evening, the NBC12 First Warning Weather team will be bringing you brief updates on air every hour, but no coverage of the games will be interrupted. our meteorologists will provide more extensive updates on the NBC12 Facebook page, every half hour.

Also on Facebook, you'll get reports from our crews in the field and the latest closings and delays. "Like" the NBC12 Facebook page right now to follow those updates.

While we're talking about closings, we will not be crawling them across the Olympic Games continuously. We will bring them to you at the top of every half hour, but they will only run once and then be taken out.

Click here to keep up to date on all closings and delays: http://bit.ly/12Closings

You should also download the NBC12 news app, because the moment we get in major closings, we will send an alert right to your phone.

Click here to download the NBC12 News app: http://bit.ly/NBC12apps

Plus, you can watch a special online news and weather update on the app, or streaming to your desktop or mobile device, at 11 p.m. So, you can watch the Olympics, get your news and weather on your phone, tablet or computer and then catch up with 12News at 11:30 p.m. on NBC12 after the Olympics.

Click here for the NBC12 livestream: http://bit.ly/12NewsLive

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