The National Weather Service has issued a tropical storm watch – meaning tropical storm conditions are possible, with the possibility of 39 – 73 mph winds, during the next 48 […]
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WARWICK, RI — The National Weather Service reports Warwick received just under 12 inches of snow during Thursday’s blizzard, which began letting up about 6 p.m. in Kent County, but […]
WARWICK, RI — The National Weather Service has issued a Tropical Storm Warning as Post Tropical Storm Hermine moves up the East Coast, warning of high winds and driving rain […]
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for the area starting at 4 p.m. this afternoon and lasting till 7 p.m., during which sleet and freezing rain […]
The National Weather Service warns of extreme cold due to affect the region starting at 4 p.m. Saturday as a core of cold air and high winds causing potentially life-threatening […]
Rhode Islanders not yet clear of the debris and damage caused by this morning’s powerful storm are being urged to make sure they’re prepared for severe weather forecast for later […]
The National Weather Service warns that severe thunderstorms are likely this afternoon after 1 p.m., bringing large hail, damaging winds, and heavy rain.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for the area lasting through 7 p.m. tonight as local schools and facilities have begun cancelling afternoon activities.
As word of the National Weather Service’s Sunday-through-Tuesday Winter Storm Warning for Bristol, Kent and Providence Counties spread, people may well have wondered where they’ll be putting the anticipated 8 […]
Several Rhode Island communities including Warwick have designated warming centers today as the National Weather Service predicts wind-chilled temperatures to drop as low as -15 tonight into Friday morning.
Warwick, RI – The City’s entire fleet is back on the roads today as the Groundhog Day storm continues to coat streets, sidewalks and driveways with light, dry snow that […]
Warwick, RI – The National Weather Service warns there’s another snowstorm starting during the first hours of Groundhog Day Monday, lasting through 1 a.m. Tuesday.