HAMPTON ROADS, Va. (WAVY) — The majority of public schools in Hampton Roads are expected to return to normal operations Tuesday.

Norfolk Public Schools will be on a 2-hour delay Tuesday. School officials say downed limbs and high waters may still be affecting parts of the city Tuesday morning. They warn students to stay away from standing water.

Gloucester County Public Schools will be on a one-hour delay Tuesday. Officials say the recent storm has left behind downed trees and standing water in some low-lying areas of the county.

In other parts of the area, Virginia Beach Public Schools, Chesapeake Public Schools and Portsmouth Public Schools will resume normal operations Tuesday.

In the Outer Banks, Dare County Schools is planning a regular face-to-face instructional day for all schools north of Oregon Inlet.

Both Hatteras schools (Cape Hatteras Secondary and Cape Hatteras Elementary) will operate on a remote instructional day on Tuesday.

NCDOT officials closed a portion of NC12 Monday afternoon due to high winds and tides causing overwash, but NC12 later reopened.

Check WAVY.com for the latest updates.