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Snow-Filled Yards Greet Warwick Residents

Warwick, RI – At least of foot of snow greeted Warwick residents Tuesday morning, with more snow forecast to follow before Gov. Gina Raimondo’s travel ban lifted at 8 p.m.

On Nausauket Road Tuesday, Kelly Mitchell praised the Warwick Highway Department’s work via Facebook.

My street looks great! I’ve seen a plow every hour today, very impressed… ,” Mitchell wrote. 

Merissa Bookman  of Warwick Neck was also happy with the city’s work clearing roads.

“Plows came through about 2 p.m. Gotta give kudos to the city, cleared the area pretty good, and was very conscious to not plow the residents into the driveways,” Bookman wrote Tuesday.

Across the city, views of residents’ front yards were dim, white and full of snow. Have a look at a few neighbor’s view of the work of the year’s first major winter storm:


Rob Borkowski
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