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  • ...- R.J. HEIM, STORM TEAM 10
    Now that the storm system has departed, in its wake, tumbling temperatures. The actual "Arctic Front" will be pushing through later this evening. The winds will increase, and the temperatures will plummet further. By sunrise Monday, the actual air temperature will be 5 to 10 degrees, with 'Feel Like Temps' -5 to -15 degrees. On average the storm system brought 2-4" of snow, more towards the N&W, lesser amounts towards the coast and islands.
  • Heavy rain to flash freeze

    ...- KELLY BATES, NBC 10 NEWS
    Sunday is all about the rain. We have the potential to see 1-3” of rainfall today. Add this on top of the generally 2-4” of snow from last night and we have a lot of heavy slush. The main issues today include the potential for flooding due to the massive amount of rainfall and the possibility of slush-clogged drains. We are also concerned with the winds. Sunday Wind Gusts. Gusty winds will of 30-40+ mph are possible and we have a chance of power outages and tree damage as a result.

  • ...- R.J. HEIM, STORM TEAM 10
    While the storm system is a disappointment for snow-lovers, there are some serious effects that are still anticipated as is moves through and away from Southern New England. A couple inches of snow across Rhode Island and Southeast Massachusetts will transition to rain overnight as warmer air gets pulled into the storm that, over the last 24 hours, has been veering a little further to the north, putting us in the wetter sector.
  • Snow begins Saturday night, becoming heavy at times

    ...- KELLY BATES, STORM TEAM 10
    Saturday will be the calm before the storm as it will be dry and seasonable with increasing clouds. Tonight, we will see the start of snow that will become heavy at times overnight. Sunday Snow. A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for most of Southern New England from 4 p. m. Saturday through 7p. m. Sunday for heavy snow, sleet, freezing rain ice accumulation of . 1-. 4” and gusty winds. Storm Threat. Travel is expected to become hazardous due to slippery roads and poor visibility.
  • Winter wallop: The latest on the weekend storm

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    Storm headlines: Saturday night into Sunday. Latest winter headlines. Start time: First flakes begin around 9-11PM Saturday . Heavy snow for a few hours from midnight through 4-5AM Sunday. A period of heavy snow early Sunday morning. By the time most of us wake Sunday morning the accumulating snow will be over as the snow accumulation occurs on the front end of the storm. Rain, freezing rain and sleet likely by 6AM Sunday.
  • Cold temperatures bring ice potential with storm

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    The timeline of Sunday's system hasn't shifted much. We're still on track to see snow as early as 10pm on Saturday and this will likely bring a significant amount to parts of RI. Specifically for those in Providence County, totals may reach the half-foot mark. While our snow numbers won't be as impressive as those north of the Mass Pike, it's the ice that will lead to major concerns in southern New England. Even with a thin layer of ice (0. 1-0.
  • First system behind us, bigger storm this weekend

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    Lots of fast moving weather changes heading our way over the next several days. Here's how they look to play out: Our first system arrives early Friday, with small snow accumulations of a coating to as much as 2 inches for the area. Light snow in the area Friday morning. The timing is the main issue with this system, as it will cause some slower than usual travel, along with areas of slick spots. Friday afternoon's weather looks dry and we then shift our attention to the weekend storm.
  • Not much of a shift in storm forecast

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    There isn't a whole lot of "new" information regarding the wintry potential this weekend. Friday certainly looks to be a headache for the morning commute. With the snow likely hitting southern New England between 1-4am on Friday, slippery road conditions are almost imminent. As mentioned in Mark's blog, this won't be a back breaker. In fact, there is a less than 5 percent chance of the snow reaching 2 inches. Sunday is still "up in the air".
  • Wintry weather possible late week

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    It's no secret that this winter season has been slow for snow enthusiasts! After all, it's been two months since that mid-November snowfall. Since then, the snow shovels have been collecting dust! But there is hope for those of you who love yourself some snow! The graphic below shows that the recent trend has been for winter to really get going AFTER the middle of January.
  • A quiet January so far

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    We're just a day away from the halfway mark of January and so far 2019 has been very quiet. We have had viewers asking if there will be any snow this winter. If the first few weeks of the season are any indication, we won't be shoveling much. Since the New Year, Providence has barely recorded any snow! In fact, the official measurement from the gauge at T. F. Green airport is "T". That distinction refers to "trace" amounts. "Trace" is defined by the National Weather Service of less than 0. 1".

  • ...- R.J. HEIM, STORM TEAM 10
    The relatively snow-less winter so far in Southern New England may be up for a change this upcoming weekend. Both the European and American Guidance Models are painting a multi-pronged system to arrive here starting as early as Friday, and depending on which model you look at, may finally depart the following Monday. T. F. Green Airport in Warwick, the official reporting station for Providence and the National Weather Service, has recorded officially only 6. 3 inches of snow this season.
  • Coldest stretch so far this winter arrives right on schedule

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    It really can't be argued that we have gotten off easy so far this winter when it comes to cold and snow. After all, the coldest air and most snow we've seen happened back in November! But that changes this weekend as an arctic air mass spills in to southern New England. Arctic air spills in for Friday through the weekend. Bringing with it the longest stretch of potential sub-freezing temperatures we have seen in over a year.
  • Bitterly cold end to the week

    ...- Zack Green
    We've previously talked about how temperatures in early January have bounced around. Thursday is shaping up to be a far more "seasonable" day with afternoon highs ranging between 34-37. By the evening hours, a frigid air mass returns to southern New England. 10am Thursday: The core of the arctic air is around the Great Lakes region. As of 10am Thursday, the core of the cold air was locked into the Great Lakes and areas farther northwest (i. e. Canada).
  • Dense fog descends on  Southern New England

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    A damp and relatively "mild" winter air mass sitting over Southern New England has triggered some locally dense fog for the area. Couldn't see much on our Skycam Newtork Tuesday evening! Reduced visibility across the area Tuesday evening. As a result, poor visibility blankets all of the area, so slower than usual travel will likely result into early Wednesday morning. A dense fog advisory in place for the area into Wednesday morning.
  • Early morning commuters will see snow Tuesday

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    We've seen a roller coaster of conditions in just the first week of January. So far, we've registered temperatures from the teens to nearly 60! (January 1st's afternoon high was 58). But, we haven't seen much of a concern. It's been relatively smooth sailing thus far. Tuesday morning may be the first true test. A system out of the Midwest is pressing toward Southern New England. By Monday evening, clouds will begin to increase but showers seem to hold off until roughly 4 a. m.

  • ...- R.J. HEIM, STORM TEAM 10
    Now that the storm system has departed, in its wake, tumbling temperatures. The actual "Arctic Front" will be pushing through later this evening. The winds will increase, and the temperatures will plummet further. By sunrise Monday, the actual air temperature will be 5 to 10 degrees, with 'Feel Like Temps' -5 to -15 degrees. On average the storm system brought 2-4" of snow, more towards the N&W, lesser amounts towards the coast and islands.
  • Heavy rain to flash freeze

    ...- KELLY BATES, NBC 10 NEWS
    Sunday is all about the rain. We have the potential to see 1-3” of rainfall today. Add this on top of the generally 2-4” of snow from last night and we have a lot of heavy slush. The main issues today include the potential for flooding due to the massive amount of rainfall and the possibility of slush-clogged drains. We are also concerned with the winds. Sunday Wind Gusts. Gusty winds will of 30-40+ mph are possible and we have a chance of power outages and tree damage as a result.

  • ...- R.J. HEIM, STORM TEAM 10
    While the storm system is a disappointment for snow-lovers, there are some serious effects that are still anticipated as is moves through and away from Southern New England. A couple inches of snow across Rhode Island and Southeast Massachusetts will transition to rain overnight as warmer air gets pulled into the storm that, over the last 24 hours, has been veering a little further to the north, putting us in the wetter sector.
  • Snow begins Saturday night, becoming heavy at times

    ...- KELLY BATES, STORM TEAM 10
    Saturday will be the calm before the storm as it will be dry and seasonable with increasing clouds. Tonight, we will see the start of snow that will become heavy at times overnight. Sunday Snow. A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for most of Southern New England from 4 p. m. Saturday through 7p. m. Sunday for heavy snow, sleet, freezing rain ice accumulation of . 1-. 4” and gusty winds. Storm Threat. Travel is expected to become hazardous due to slippery roads and poor visibility.
  • Winter wallop: The latest on the weekend storm

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    Storm headlines: Saturday night into Sunday. Latest winter headlines. Start time: First flakes begin around 9-11PM Saturday . Heavy snow for a few hours from midnight through 4-5AM Sunday. A period of heavy snow early Sunday morning. By the time most of us wake Sunday morning the accumulating snow will be over as the snow accumulation occurs on the front end of the storm. Rain, freezing rain and sleet likely by 6AM Sunday.
  • Cold temperatures bring ice potential with storm

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    The timeline of Sunday's system hasn't shifted much. We're still on track to see snow as early as 10pm on Saturday and this will likely bring a significant amount to parts of RI. Specifically for those in Providence County, totals may reach the half-foot mark. While our snow numbers won't be as impressive as those north of the Mass Pike, it's the ice that will lead to major concerns in southern New England. Even with a thin layer of ice (0. 1-0.
  • First system behind us, bigger storm this weekend

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    Lots of fast moving weather changes heading our way over the next several days. Here's how they look to play out: Our first system arrives early Friday, with small snow accumulations of a coating to as much as 2 inches for the area. Light snow in the area Friday morning. The timing is the main issue with this system, as it will cause some slower than usual travel, along with areas of slick spots. Friday afternoon's weather looks dry and we then shift our attention to the weekend storm.
  • Not much of a shift in storm forecast

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    There isn't a whole lot of "new" information regarding the wintry potential this weekend. Friday certainly looks to be a headache for the morning commute. With the snow likely hitting southern New England between 1-4am on Friday, slippery road conditions are almost imminent. As mentioned in Mark's blog, this won't be a back breaker. In fact, there is a less than 5 percent chance of the snow reaching 2 inches. Sunday is still "up in the air".
  • Wintry weather possible late week

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    It's no secret that this winter season has been slow for snow enthusiasts! After all, it's been two months since that mid-November snowfall. Since then, the snow shovels have been collecting dust! But there is hope for those of you who love yourself some snow! The graphic below shows that the recent trend has been for winter to really get going AFTER the middle of January.
  • A quiet January so far

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    We're just a day away from the halfway mark of January and so far 2019 has been very quiet. We have had viewers asking if there will be any snow this winter. If the first few weeks of the season are any indication, we won't be shoveling much. Since the New Year, Providence has barely recorded any snow! In fact, the official measurement from the gauge at T. F. Green airport is "T". That distinction refers to "trace" amounts. "Trace" is defined by the National Weather Service of less than 0. 1".

  • ...- R.J. HEIM, STORM TEAM 10
    The relatively snow-less winter so far in Southern New England may be up for a change this upcoming weekend. Both the European and American Guidance Models are painting a multi-pronged system to arrive here starting as early as Friday, and depending on which model you look at, may finally depart the following Monday. T. F. Green Airport in Warwick, the official reporting station for Providence and the National Weather Service, has recorded officially only 6. 3 inches of snow this season.
  • Coldest stretch so far this winter arrives right on schedule

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    It really can't be argued that we have gotten off easy so far this winter when it comes to cold and snow. After all, the coldest air and most snow we've seen happened back in November! But that changes this weekend as an arctic air mass spills in to southern New England. Arctic air spills in for Friday through the weekend. Bringing with it the longest stretch of potential sub-freezing temperatures we have seen in over a year.
  • Bitterly cold end to the week

    ...- Zack Green
    We've previously talked about how temperatures in early January have bounced around. Thursday is shaping up to be a far more "seasonable" day with afternoon highs ranging between 34-37. By the evening hours, a frigid air mass returns to southern New England. 10am Thursday: The core of the arctic air is around the Great Lakes region. As of 10am Thursday, the core of the cold air was locked into the Great Lakes and areas farther northwest (i. e. Canada).
  • Dense fog descends on  Southern New England

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    A damp and relatively "mild" winter air mass sitting over Southern New England has triggered some locally dense fog for the area. Couldn't see much on our Skycam Newtork Tuesday evening! Reduced visibility across the area Tuesday evening. As a result, poor visibility blankets all of the area, so slower than usual travel will likely result into early Wednesday morning. A dense fog advisory in place for the area into Wednesday morning.
  • Early morning commuters will see snow Tuesday

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    We've seen a roller coaster of conditions in just the first week of January. So far, we've registered temperatures from the teens to nearly 60! (January 1st's afternoon high was 58). But, we haven't seen much of a concern. It's been relatively smooth sailing thus far. Tuesday morning may be the first true test. A system out of the Midwest is pressing toward Southern New England. By Monday evening, clouds will begin to increase but showers seem to hold off until roughly 4 a. m.
  • Wet then Windy Weekend

    ...- Kelly Bates
    Saturday we are tracking an area of low pressure from the Mid-Atlantic up the coast into New England. Expect rounds of rain that will be heavy at times and even a slight chance of a thunderstorm. We will likely see more than an inch of rainfall by days’ end. Patchy fog will drop visibility through today as well. Tonight we will clear and sunshine will greet the day Sunday. Sunday afternoon we could roll in some clouds and the wind will really pick up. Afternoon gusts could top 30 mph.
  • What a difference a year makes!

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    One year ago, we were digging out from our first nor'easter of 2018! Courtesy Derek Adesso. Freetown, MA. It was a BIG one too... some called it the "Bomb-cyclone," as atmospheric conditions allowed for rapid strengthening of the storm to our south. Heavy wet snow started early in the morning on the 4th of January, 2018.
  • Thursday morning commute could be dicey

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    It's only the second day of the new year and we're already seeing twists and turns with the weather conditions. January 1st was unseasonably warm with an afternoon high of 58! While not a record, the 50s are certainly not typical for New Year's Day. Wednesday will stay cool and dry but a shake up comes Thursday morning. January's first chance of snow arrives with the convergence of two waves of low pressure. Between 2-5am, northern RI may get clipped with some flakes.
  • Which would you prefer?

    ...- Zack Green
    2018 has been a year of memorable weather stats. March greeted southern New England with multiple nor'easters. August brought Rhode Island eleven 90 days. And November was one of the wettest ever on record. But there wasn't much more memorable than the way 2018 started. Last year at this time, we were about to celebrate the New Year with single digit temperatures! Not only were the ambient temperatures cold, the wind chill made it feel like 10-below. The silver lining? It was dry. This year...
  • 2018 Ends on a Warm Note

    ...- Kelly Bates
    Sunday will start out with clouds but clearing will take us through the afternoon. Temperatures will be seasonably chilly today but a change is on the way for tomorrow. We will finish out 2018 with a big warm up! With the flip of the wind direction from the south, our cold start with temps in the 20s will warm well into the 40s. Into this already warmer airmass, we will bring a warm front Monday night. Look for increasing clouds and rain developing at night.
  • Sunny Weekend

    ...- Kelly Bates
    Hello Sunshine! With high pressure in control this weekend, you can count on lots of sunshine. Temperatures will be warmest today first thing in the morning and daytime highs will be in the lower 50s. We will be down to the lower 40s by evening and if you have plans tonight, dress for the 30s. Sunday will start off much colder- in the 20s and highs will top out in the 30s. Our next chance of precipitation looks to be on New Year’s Eve.
  • Stormy Friday as rain moves in

    ...- Zack Green
    After a beautiful, dry stretch through Christmas week, Friday brings a big shift to southern New England. As of Thursday evening, the system we're tracking was bringing snow to the Great Lakes and strong thunderstorms as far south as the Gulf states. The timing has stayed very steady and could be hazardous for the early morning hours on Friday. Between 4-6am, the rain will reach the Ocean State. The main area of concern is the northwest portion of Providence County.
  • Rainy end to Christmas week

    ...- Zack Green
    Christmas week really has been beautiful. After a little taste of snow on Christmas Eve day, it was all about the sunshine for the holiday itself. That bright, cool, and dry trend is going to continue through Wednesday and Thursday as well. You'll want to enjoy that because a big switch is on the way for the end of the week. Rain will start early Friday morning and last through early Saturday. The steadiest and heaviest likely come after lunchtime on Friday.

  • ...- R.J. HEIM, STORM TEAM 10
    With two weak storm systems moving through Southern New England for the 24 hours of December 24th (Christmas Eve), there's the possibility of a few flakes flying in the air during that time period. However, believe it or not, there is specific criteria to meet before the event would be considered an official "White Christmas": in the United States, there has to be 1" or greater of snow on the ground at 7 a. m. Christmas morning in that specific area!
  • Sun to Snow?

    ...- Kelly Bates
    High pressure is bringing the sunshine today! Temperatures will be chilly, but seasonably so with highs near 40. Tonight we will watch for an Alberta Clipper system to come through with a chance of snow. These type of systems are generally fast-moving with not a lot of moisture. The one tonight is not going to be an exception. Snow showers could develop after midnight and could do some light accumulations by mid-morning. Overall, little to no accumulation is expected.
  • Massive East Coast storm will impact holiday travel

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    **Thursday Evening Update 12/20** Thursday and Friday are widely considered to be the two biggest travel days of the Christmas holiday. And, unfortunately, the weather will not cooperate across parts of the country. The three big things as it relates to the Friday storm. In particular, the East Coast! Locally heavy rain and gusty wind moves in Friday morning. Friday afternoon and evening STILL may feature loacally heavy rain.
  • Snow for Christmas? Chances not in our favor.

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    Are you dreaming of a..? You know the rest of the song :) It's that time of year when we hear that question more and more. So let's explore the chance of a White Christmas this year. And to begin, let's look at the history. Chance of at least 1" of snow on the ground Christmas morning courtesy Northeast Regional Climate Center. As you can see from the data, it's no surprise which areas in New England have the best chance of seeing snow on the ground on the 25th.
  • A little bit of everything this week

    ...- Zack Green
    Now that we've passed the halfway point in December, can we admit that this month has been all over the place? One day it's close to 60, then just days later we're in the teens. Well, this week is simply more of the same. Let's breakdown this roller coaster of a week. Monday started things off on a soggy note. But also, a potentially slippery one. A few locations in RI saw flakes in the early morning hours before this dreary system finally pulled away. So... we can check snow off the list.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    The rain from an intensifying storm system may end as a bit of wintry mix overnight into early Monday morning as colder air gets pulled into it. No significant accumulation is expected in Southern New England. Had this been later in the season, we would have been looking at a moderate snow-maker! But not the case this time. The week will feature colder than average temperatures along with a gusty wind Monday into Tuesday.
  • Tricky Sunday Forecast - Tricky Monday Commute

    ...- Kelly Bates
    Sleet and rain showers are starting off your Sunday in Southern New England. As the main storm system ramps up to our south today, it will eventually bring in steady rain through this afternoon and evening. It could even be heavy at times as a coastal storm develops to our south. MON AM Coastal Storm. As this storm passes us by well to the southeast, it will wrap around colder air that could kick rain over to snow for the early commute for some inland areas.
  • Unsettled Weekend

    ...- Kelly Bates
    Although we will see lots of clouds this weekend and rounds of showers, the weekend isn’t looking to be a washout. Today will see the highest chance of showers in the morning while the afternoon and Saturday night look cloudy but dry and milder. Sunday looks to start off mostly cloudy but dry and much colder with lows in the lower 30s. Near the noontime hour, we will see a rain develop and showers continue through the night. ecmwf_ptype_sun pm. png.
  • Rare 'piebald' deer spotted in Rhode Island

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    There was a unique sighting in northern Rhode Island, as a rare "piebald" deer was spotted in Burrillville. Piebald deer spotted in Burrillville. Courtesy nrinow. news and the Wallum Lake Rod and Gun Club. As first reported by nrinow. newsThursday,a member of the Wallum Lake Rod and Gun Club shared video of the animal. The video of the sighting, while brief, has yielded nearly 10,000 views as of Friday night.
  • That's not a shooting star ... that's the Space Station!

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    On Tuesday, Mark wrote a blog that outlined theGeminid meteor showers. In the coming days, Thursday and Friday to be exact, the shooting stars will be at their peak. Those stars will be flashing by, but something else will be slowly on the move in the clear night sky. The International Space Station will once again be visible in southern New England (and most of the East Coast! ). You may have even noticed it in the past few days. Viewer Alec Howe sent in the picture below.
  • Meteor shower picking up next few nights

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    As I first mentioned in a blog from the first week of December, the Geminid meteor showers are on track to produce one of the best shows of the year. The Geminid meteor shower is widely considered one of the best all year. Often producing over 100 meteors per hour at its peak. The Geminids peak this week, Thursday night into Friday, in fact. At their peak, it is expected that around 100 meteors per hour will be visible across the sky!
  • Keeping an eye on flakes

    ...- Zack Green
    While New England looked at a weekend full of sunshine, snow wreaked havoc on the southeast. According to NC Emergency Management, this system resulted in power outages for nearly 250,000 homes in North Carolina alone. Even more startling than that is the 20+ inches that ultimately fell! The centralized system will slide east rather than north which is promising for southern New England.
  • Cold Temps and Shooting Stars

    ...- Kelly Bates
    Sunny and colder than average conditions will stick around for Sunday. In fact, high pressure is keeping us bright and dry through most of the week ahead. Sunday Snowstorm Staying South. As of Sunday, our next chance of precipitation looks to be rain developing Friday night through next Saturday. Saturday Rain Event Possible. Models are indicating more than an inch of rain is possible and winds could become gusty as well.
  • Arctic Chill this Weekend

    ...- Kelly Bates
    Arctic air is firmly in control this weekend, bringing temperatures 15 degrees colder than average through the weekend. Weekend Forecast is looking sunny but much colder than average in Southern New England. At least it will be sunny and dry. Low temperatures both Saturday and Sunday mornings will be in the teens and with the slightest wind, will feel closer to 10. Afternoons won’t fare much better as highs will top out at 30-35.
  • Looking south to an early winter storm

    ...- Zack Green
    There has been a lot of discussion, social media activity, and news about the upcoming weekend and impacts from a winter storm. Most of the concern is out of southern New England's way. But, we need to look at some possibilities as this progresses over the next 7 days. As of Wednesday morning, the system is still developing east of the Rockies and will continue to strengthen over the next 24-36 hours.
  • Geminid meteor showers begin tonight

    ...- Mark Searles
    Widely considered to be one of the best meteor showers of the year, the Geminids start tonight. Although the peak dates for the Geminids won't arrive for another week or so (they are expected to peak on December 13-14th), we should start to see a few of the meteors or "shooting stars" overnight Tuesday into Wednesday morning AND for the next couple of weeks, weather permitting! Given the name "Geminid" as they meteors appear to originate from the constellation Gemini.
  • A spring-like day for the start of winter

    ...- Zack Green
    There's something to be said about the winter months. A crisp, frosty air with the chance of fluffy white snow. It all adds to a picture perfect New England backdrop. But there are a lot of folks that still want to hold on to warmer days... and Monday is helping! We have discussed "meteorological seasons" at length in previous blogs. But here's a quick recap. Meteorological seasons are broken up into three month chunks and are designated based on the temperature cycle.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    Average High and Low temperatures for the beginning of December are 47 and 31. Monday will feature highs between 55 and 60 with sunshine and breezy conditions. But, a cold front attached to the storm system that brought us between 0. 50" and 1. 00" of rain Sunday will finally sweep through Monday evening. The rest of the week, temperatures will be running well below average with highs mostly in the 30's, and overnight lows in the teens at times.
  • Drying Out & Turning Colder

    ...- Kelly Bates
    A warm front is bringing rounds of rain that will be heavy at times. We also have patchy fog cutting visibility from time to time throughout the day. Rain will taper off to showers and patches of drizzle this afternoon. With temperatures holding in the 50s as we go through tonight, Monday morning’s commute will not include ice. We do however, have a Flood Warning for the Pawtuxet River for the potential to levels to rise to flood stage Monday.
  • Another chance for flooding

    ...- Zack Green
    Just when we reached a quiet spell, another round of rain is going to bring back the flooding conversation. The major concerns in Johnston were a result of showers earlier this week. That was the same system that brought the Pawtuxet River to 10. 2ft... over a foot above the flood stage! Hydrograph of the Pawtuxet River showing the river crested at 10. 2ft on Tuesday. The river will fall out of flooding concerns early Saturday but return to Action stage on Sunday.
  • Tracking MORE rain this weekend

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    December picks up where November left off in terms of rainfall. Unfortunately, we are facing ANOTHER potential soaking storm this weekend. Saturday evening rain develops after 6pm. The timing looks like Saturday evening through Sunday afternoon, with the steadiest rain falling Sunday morning. Steadier rain rolling through Sunday morning. Right now, we are seeing decent agreement among the forecast models as they indicate a widespread 1. 00-1. 50" for the area by Sunday afternoon.
  • Not much to discuss...except for the gusts

    ...- Meteorologist Zack Green
    A little rhyme to get us through midweek! After a pretty active start to the week, we're quieting things down to finish up the month of November. Before high pressure really settles in, Wednesday and Thursday have one final consequence from the system that brought heavy rain from Monday night into Tuesday morning. The area of low pressure around the Gulf of Maine brings northwest winds to southern New England. This mid-latitude cycle has somewhat stalled over northern New England.
  • Historically wet November AND fall season for Southern New England

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    Although November doesn't officially end until 12 a. m. this Saturday, the measurable RAIN for this month of November is thankfully over! Rain totals from Monday into Tuesday. With many local rivers flooding their banks, and perhaps scores of you running your basement sump pumps, it is likely no surprise that November 2018 has featured an historic amount of rain. In fact, the entire fall season (September through November) was historically wet.
  • Flooding deja vu

    ...- Zack Green
    It's been the weather talk of November: rain. We're nearing the end of the month and Thanksgiving weekend left us with another soaking. We tallied up 1. 44" on Sunday morning and are officially 5. 5" above where we should be for the month! The left box highlights November 25th's rain total in Providence. The right box shows the departure from normal for since November 1st. Each rain event brings it's consequences. Monday evening's rain is no exception and will give us dreary deja vu.
  • Wet One-Two Punch

    ...- Kelly Bates
    First off, it’s going to be a much milder weekend! Although temperatures will be in the mid to upper-40s, it will feel so much more seasonable than the past couple of days. The warm up come with a catch as a warm front will also deliver the potential for a lot of rain. Saturday night after 10pm, we will see rain develop. Through the night, the rain will be heavy at times and totals could be near an inch.
  • Record cold moving away

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC 10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    This was an intense and unprecedented type of cold for Thanksgiving week and it certainly left its mark, as it broke multiple records over the past couple of days. Friday morning was the coldest morning since February 3rd! Overall, we managed to set three new records and tie another. A list of of all the records that were set Thursday & Friday.
  • More record cold temperatures Friday

    ...- Kelly Bates
    Another record-breaking cold day is in store for black Friday. We already set a new record low this morning as lows dropped below 14. We could also set a new record cold high temperature for this date which is 32 from 1989. Friday high temperatures will be near 30. With a switch in the wind direction from the southwest this afternoon, we will usher in milder air for the weekend. Saturday is shaping up to be the winner of the weekend with increasing clouds and a high near 50.
  • It's the wind that makes this Thanksgiving so frigid

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    The arctic cold front arrived right on schedule Wednesday evening with a narrow band of snow showers followed immediately by a gusty northwest wind. In fact, the wind gusts reached over 50mph for a brief time as the front moved through in Worcester, knocking our power for parts of the city! Highest wind gusts Wednesday night into Thursday morning. And even though this will be the coldest Thanksgiving day on record for the Providence area... Coldest Thanksgiving day records...
  • Record cold Thanksgiving temps (and wind chills!)

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    The weather will not be an issue for most of Wednesday across Southern New England, thankfully. After all, it is one of the busiest travel days of the year. BUT we may have a brief period when the weather WILL be a bit of a concern. An arctic cold front arrives in the 5 p. m. to 7 p. m. time frame, with a chance of a few snow showers or snow squalls. A brief snow shower or squall is possible Wednesday evening as the arctic front passes through. After the front passes, the wind will pick up.
  • Going cold turkey for Thanksgiving

    ...- Meteorologist Zack Green
    Thanksgiving is a time for amazing food, laughs with friends and family... and of course football. Some families toss the ball around in the backyard and others go to the local high school rivalry game. If you planning on doing either of those this year, make sure you pack the gloves! Thanksgiving 2018 aims to be one to remember. Under mostly sunny skies, we're in for a big shot of cold. In fact, 2018 will likely set the bar for the coldest November 22nd ever on record.
  • More Wintry Weather Possible

    ...- Kelly Bates
    The weekend is looking to finish out dry but will also feature lots of clouds. A weak warm front will move in tonight with a chance of wintry precipitation changing to rain. Little to no accumulation is expected should we see any snow/rain mix at the onset. Showers will take us through Tuesday as unsettled weather takes hold. A cold front Tuesday could kick us over to a slippery period of snow. With this front Tuesday we could see minor accumulations north and west of Providence.
  • At Least It's Dry...

    ...- Kelly Bates
    High pressure will deliver a dry weekend and sunshine for Saturday. The other side of the coin is that temperatures will be chilly, colder than average by 5-10 degrees. For your evening plans, bring along an extra layer as temperatures will quickly drop into the 30s once the sun goes down. Anything that melts today has the chance of freezing into icy spots for Sunday morning. Temperatures are expected to be below freezing on most areas tonight.
  • Snow ends, but rain brings another tough commute

    ...- Meteorologist Zack Green
    It's an early blog update, but I wanted to make sure everyone knows what they're up against this morning. The snow showers have wrapped up in southern New England. There was a transition to rain in the overnight hours and this added to the weight of the snowpack on the windshield, windows, and hood of the car. You'll want to give yourself some extra time to brush off the car this morning.
  • First snow of season falls in Southern New England

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC 10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    As of 10:30 PM: RI State Police are reporting 43 crashes across the state. Travel continues to be treacherous! Sure we've had accumulating snow in November in the past BUT, statistically speaking, this is a bit early: Snow changing to sleet then rain overnight into Friday morning. Snow to sleet to rain overnight. While metro Providence escaped the commute without any impact, the same could not be said for many areas across southern Rhode Island.
  • The season's first snow leads to more flooding concerns

    ...- Meteorologist Zack Green
    We've been discussing it all season long, Fall has been very wet and rainy. The last few rain events have really saturated the ground but Tuesday's system put a lot stress on local rivers. There were plenty of reports of high water on Tuesday. This lead to Flood Warnings for multiple rivers including the Wood River in Hope Valley and the Pawtuxet River in Cranston. The Pawtuxet actually crested at the highest level it's ever reached in November! 10. 59ft.
  • A hint of winter

    ...- Meteorologist Zack Green
    Fall, and November specifically, has been very soggy. Tuesday's system certainly attests to that. But when will the transition to wintry weather occur? Well, you won't have to wait much longer. Another wave of low pressure is expected to move towards southern New England on Thursday. While the center of the system will be well to our south that evening, the precipitation ahead of it will reach us by the time folks are heading home from work.
  • Flood Watch in effect as rain threatens Tuesday's morning commute

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    10:30PM Update: A Flood Watch is in effect for Tuesday for the possibility of local street flooding as well as the possibility of river and stream flooding from 1-2" of expected rainfall. From earlier: Plan for a slower than usual Tuesday morning commute as yet ANOTHER rain storm sweeps across southern New England. The rain overspreads the area after midnight but the intensity will increase for the morning commute time frame. Locally heavy rain for the morning commute means plan on extra time!
  • Cold November Rain

    ...- Kelly Bates
    High pressure will deliver a sunny day today but temperatures will be running well below average. Overnight tonight will be cold once again with lows in the 20s. Monday will start with sunshine but clouds will build in as a coastal storm approaches. Tuesday rain total estimate. Monday night through Tuesday night we will see the potential for 1-2 inches of rain that could lead to localized flooding. Pawtuxet Cranston Gauge. Poor drainage flooding and even some river flooding is possible Tuesday.
  • Chilly Weekend

    ...- Kelly Bates
    Early fog, mist and drizzle will give way to clearing today. By the afternoon, we should be well on our way to sunny skies. As the sunshine increases, the winds will pick up and temperatures will begin to drop, meaning our day’s high temperatures will be in the morning. We will likely see temps in the upper 30s by evening. Salute to Veterans Ring of Fire. Photograph by John Nickerson.
  • Flood Watch for Friday into part of the weekend

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    Here we go again -- MORE rain is heading our way! After a bit of a sunny start Friday morning: You will need the sunglasses early Friday! The clouds will increase through the afternoon BUT the rain should hold off until later in the evening. The evening commute still looks dry but the rain will be approaching from the west later in the evening. Right now, the heaviest rain and possible thunderstorms will roll through overnight into very early Saturday morning.
  • One of the wettest fall seasons about to get even wetter!

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    In what has already been one of the wettest fall seasons to date, we have MORE rain heading our way. So far, this Fall has ranked as the 3rd wettest on record through early November! After a dry and seasonable Thursday, we can expect rain to return by Friday afternoon and it MAY be locally heavy for a time Friday night into early Saturday morning. Rain moves in late Friday afternoon and continues overnight.
  • Election Day weather: Earlier the better!

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    Weather is always front and center on Election Day and this year is certainly no different! Although there may be some fog and drizzle in some areas across southern New England Tuesday morning, it's not until the afternoon when the weather turns downhill. Tuesday morning's weather looks relatively dry. A storm system will lift to our north Tuesday evening, forcing a warm front into our south coast.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    Many of you have been asking "what's the Winter going to be like this season"? Well, let me preface the following remarks with the fact that, while forecasting has become much better over the years, long range is still not an exact science, but it IS getting better.
  • Nice Clear Sunday

    ...- Kelly Bates
    High pressure will deliver a sun-filled Sunday to Southern New England! Splendid Sunday Weather! As Daylight Saving Time has come to an end, sunrise is now at 6:21 and sunset is now at 4:37. Sunrise time is now 6:21 this morning! Sunset is at 4:37 though this afternoon. Skies will be clear tonight in Foxborough for the Patriots game tonight. Kick Off Forecast 8:20 pm Foxborough. Kickoff temperatures will be near 40 and ending temperatures will be in the mid-30s at Gillette.
  • Wild Weekend Weather

    ...- Kelly Bates
    The weekend will be an active one. From the start, we will see rounds on very heavy rainfall that will lead to flooding on the roads, especially ones with leaf-clogged drains. Fall leaves will likely come down in today's gusty winds. Rain will taper off through the late morning and end. With the inches of rainfall Friday night into Saturday morning could send the Pawtuxet River at Cranston into monor flood this afternoon.
  • Rain, thunder and wind headline weekend forecast

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    Some fast moving changes are heading our way Friday night through Saturday, as a strong storm system races through southern New England. Here are the headlines: 3 Big Things. RAIN & THUNDER: Best chance of heaviest rain and thunderstorms is early Saturday morning until just before noontime, as a cold front swings across the area. 7AM Saturday forecast showing the potential for locally heavy showers and thunderstorms.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    After a sunny but unseasonably cold Sunday, temperatures will moderate a bit Monday. Clouds increase in advance of the first wet weather maker arriving overnight Monday. There'll be rain for the Tuesday morning and midday time-frame. As the system moves away, there should be some sunshine Tuesday afternoon before that early 4 o'clock hour sunset. Wednesday and Thursday will be briefly colder than average again with sunshine.
  • Early November pattern favors above average temperatures

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    Short to medium range forecast guidance has been fairly consistent over the past several days, indicating an above average temperature profile across the northeast for the start of November. November average temperatures for the first 8-14 days of the month. November average temperatures for the first 8-14 days of the month. The jet stream pattern indicates a ridge along or just off the East Coast and a dip or "trough" across the upper mid-west and Great Lakes.
  • Might want to dress up as your favorite Sox player!

    ...- ZACK GREEN, SPORTS TEAM 10
    It never gets old... "THE BOSTON RED SOX ARE WORLD CHAMPS! ". But this year, Beantown's celebration will share it's day with ghosts and goblins. The Sox have won their 9th World Series and as with every recent professional championship, a city wide parade follows! The streets of Boston will be filled on Wednesday morning. If you're part of the Fenway Faithful, you'll want to stake your claim earlier than later.
  • Tornadoes confirmed off Westerly coast, Cape Cod and Stonington, CT

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    7PM Monday Update: THREE tornadoes touched down in southern New England Monday, according to the National Weather Service. NWS confirmed an EF0 tornado hit just off the coast of Westerly near Fishers Island, New York, at 7:35 a. m. , with winds of 65 mph to 85 mph and a two-mile path. courtesy NWS New York. This same cell produced a second tornado over New London County Connecticut near Stonington about 20 minutes later. Similar intensity, EF0. courtesy NWS New York.
  • Strong thunderstorms rattle Southern New England

    ...- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
    A band of powerful storms rolled through parts of southern New England, touching off thunderstorms and prompting tornado warnings to be issued. There were no immediate reports of injuries or major damage from Monday's storms, and all warnings were lifted. The National Weather Service said the captain of a ferry leaving Martha's Vineyard observed a water spout shortly before 10 a. m. A 65 mph wind gust was reported in the Woods Hole section of Falmouth.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    So we were able to salvage the weekend with sunshine Sunday, after the soaker of a Saturday that brought a record 24-hour rainfall to T. F. Green Airport of 1. 81" of rain for any October 27th since records have been kept. There were also nearly 200 reports across Southern New England of trees, branches, or power-lines down with the sustained winds 20-40 mph, and gusts to near 65 mph. However, a fast moving wet-weather maker arrives just in time for the morning commute Monday.
  • Saturday nor'easter headed to southern New England

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    Friday Night Update: Rain develops Saturday morning in the 2 a. m. to 4 a. m. time frame and will quickly increase in intensity. Rain develops between 2-4am Saturday. Three Big Things about the timing of the storm. The strong wind will rapidly move in along the south cast early Saturday and spread across the rest of the area through the morning. These are the latest warnings and advisories: A High Wind Warning for the coast and a Wind Advisory for some inland locations.
  • Saturday storm will bring heavy rain, strong winds

    ...- KELLY BATES, STORM TEAM 10
    High pressure will keep us sunny today, but it’s on the move out of Southern New England. This will open the door for a developing coastal storm to move right in tonight. Clouds will increase this evening and rain will develop around 2am tonight. Areas of heavy rain will already be in place from the start and will likely be measured in inches by the time the storm ends in the evening.
  • Saturday nor'easter to bring rain, wind

    ...- MARK SEARLES, STORM TEAM 10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    THURSDAY NIGHT UPDATE: Details on the weekend storm are becoming clearer, as is the timing. Saturday storm headlines. The storm moves out of the Gulf of Mexico early Friday and re-develops along the East Coast Friday night into early Saturday. The storm sits in the Gulf of Mexico Thursday night. After a dry, cool day on Friday the storm will spread rain toward the coast early Saturday morning. Rain arrives before sunrise Saturday.
  • Tornadoes, waterspouts and snow! Wild October weather continues

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    An earlier update from the National Weather Service on Tuesday's severe weather officially confirming 2 tornadoes for our area. Tornado headlines from Tuesday. This was the first confirmed tornado in Rhode Island since August 2012 when Block experienced an EF-0 twister when a waterspout moved ashore. Although rare, we have seen tornadoes in the state from time to time. Here's a look at some of the recent history prior to Tuesday. Recent tornado history for Rhode Island.
  • Freezing at Fenway

    ...- Kelly Bates
    As we clear this afternoon and evening, a burst of colder air will move in on a gusty northwesterly wind. Gusty winds are expected at Fenway tonight and will make it feel so much colder than the actual air temperatures. As the wind direction will be northwesterly, it will be cutting across the field from left to right. Wind will be a factor in any long balls tonight but did you know that cold temperatures may have a significant effect as well?
  • World Series Weather aka Fenway Forecast

    ...- Kelly Bates
    The legendary Casey Stengelonce said,“There are three things you can do in a baseball game. You can win, or you can lose, or it can rain. ” Well, "The Old Professor" may be onto something in regards to tonight's Game 1 of the World Series at Fenway Park. European model showing a font with possible showers tonight in Boston. We are in a tricky weather pattern today and tonight with fronts swinging through Southern New England.
  • October's 'Hunter's Moon' shines this week

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    This week brings the October full moon. Of course, this is NOT the Harvest Moon, that happened last month on September 24. By definition, the Harvest Moon is the name given to the full moon closest to the Autumnal Equinox. The name given to the October full moon is the "Hunter's Moon" courtesy NOAA. The reason for the name? Here's the definition from our friends at Space. com : Oct. 24: The Full Hunter's Moon. With the leaves falling and the deer fattened, it's now time to hunt.
  • Willa storm hit this weekend?

    ...- KELLY BATES, STORM TEAM 10
    What does a Pacific hurricane have in common with Southern New England? The answer could be next weekend! Hurricane Willa Satellite image Monday morning. First, the storm. Hurricane Willa is a strong and dangerous Pacific hurricane, currently a category 4 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 155 mph, (just below category 5).
  • Frosty Monday Morning

    ...- Kelly Bates
    Frost will start off your Monday. An early cold front is bringing rain to start off Sunday. The rain will end and clearing will be well underway by noon. 48 hour Forecast. The colder air behind the cold front will pour into the region tonight and Monday will likely start off with widespread frost and lows in the 20s. A Freeze Warning is in effect for Bristol County RI and Newport County as well as the southern part of Plymouth County in Mass.
  • The Return of the Frost

    ...- Kelly Bates
    Providence with Fall foliage. Although the weekend is unsettled, it won’t be a washout at all! Fall weekend cooling trend could lead to frost Monday morning. We have a couple of fronts that will come through from time to time, and when they do, we will have some clouds and a chance of showers. After one early today, we will go to a blend of sun and clouds and temperatures will be seasonable in the lower 60s.
  • Breaking down the Winter Outlook 2018-19

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    On Thursday, NOAA issued their most recent outlook for the upcoming winter season. Click here to read the full release. NOAA official temperature forecast for winter 2018-19. NOAA official precipitation forecast for winter 2018-19. The maps above from NOAA show an increased likelihood for above average temperatures and near normal precipitation for southern New England this winter.
  • Wet and mild: Warm winter predicted for much of the US

    ...- SETH BORENSTEIN, AP Science Writer
    Winter looks wet and especially mild for much of the country, thanks to a weak El Nino brewing, U. S. meteorologists said. The National Weather Service on Thursday predicted a warmer than normal winter for the northern and western three-quarters of the nation. The greatest chance for warmer than normal winter weather is in Alaska, the Pacific Northwest, Montana, northern Wyoming and western North Dakota.
  • Freeze warning tonight

    ...- KELLY BATES, NBC 10 NEWS
    Thursday will see plenty of sunshine but temperatures won’t be as cheerful. As colder air pours in from Canada through the day, we will see high temperatures only in the mid to upper-40s. Big Changes in temperatures in 48 hours. Overnight tonight we will see the cold air continue to move in and lows will likely drop below freezing in many areas of Southern New England, effectively ending the growing season.
  • Season's first Freeze Warning comes Wednesday night

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    Earlier Wednesday afternoon, a Freeze Watch was upgraded to a Freeze Warning. A gusty wind will likely keep temperatures from reaching their true COLDEST potential overnight but it will still be cold for mid-October for most areas Thursday morning. Temperatures near or below freezing for some inland spots early Thursday morning. The cold air mass will stay with us into Friday morning and with less wind early Friday, we may see the temperature back near or below freezing once again.
  • Freeze watch issued

    ...- Kelly Bates
    Today’s weather is centered around a cold front that will drop into Southern New England later today. Pretty but chilly morning today. In the meantime, look for a good amount of sunshine. During the late commute, we could see a shower as the front comes through. We will all notice it becoming gusty and turning colder tonight. Wind gusts will be up with the front and could top out near 30 mph. Foliage is lovely but could actually assist in power outages starting tonight.
  • Gusty for some overnight

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    A cold front passing through after midnight Tuesday will bring a few gusty showers and a thunderstorm in spots. Thunderstorms are possible overnight as a cold front swings through. Storm threat ends after 3am. A cold front approaching before midnight will bring the chance of showers and/or a thunderstorm. Showers and storm threat ending around or just after 2am Tuesday. The wind may gust near 40 mph at times as the front and the associated showers and thunderstorms pass through.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    As the leaves starting taking on a brilliant color in parts of Southern New England, along with some chilly morning temperatures, the signs are there that the changing of the seasons is upon us. Monday will feature some rain showers, then milder air, a gusty wind, and a period of heavier rain at night, followed by cooler drier and seasonable air for Tuesday and Wednesday. However, Wednesday night, another sharp quick mostly dry cold front will sweep across Southern New England.
  • Chilly Trend Ahead

    ...- Kelly Bates
    Don’t be discouraged by any morning cloudiness. We are looking at a dry day with increasing sunshine during the later morning hours. Temperatures will be chilly to start and will top out this afternoon near 60. Cold front Monday night brings likely showers. A warm front Monday will bring back the clouds and a chance of showers then a cold front late in the day Monday will have a 70% chance of showers. Starting Tuesday, a sunny and dry trend will take us through the remainder of the workweek.
  • Fall Arrives and the Zombie Hurricane

    ...- Kelly Bates
    The weekend will start off with sun and clouds with showers as a cold front moves through Southern New England. Cold Front Saturday. The day won’t be a washout or even cloudy through the day as we will see clearing this afternoon. As we clear behind the cold front, the cooler air will come into the region, dropping evening temperatures into the 40s and overnight lows into the 30s for most areas. Colder tonight! A Frost Advisory has been issued for a large portion of Massachusetts for tonight!
  • 'Michael' makes its closest approach Friday morning

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    Showers and occasional thunderstorms will continue overnight, but "Michael" will makes its closest approach to southern New England Friday morning approximately 115 miles off the coast of Narragansett. "Michael" making its closest approach to our coast Friday morning. Bands of locally heavy rain might impact the morning commute for areas closer to the coast, BUT showers are still likely for areas farther inland, as well. Flash Flood Watch continues into Friday.
  • Southern New England under flash flood watch Thursday

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC 10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    As Hurricane Michael weakens to a tropical storm and then a depression over the rest of the week, its impact will still be far-reaching. National Hurricane Center forecast of "Michael" Heavy rain showers will work up the east coast into southern New England Thursday afternoon and overnight. Tropical moisture streams up the east coast Thursday into Friday bringing the chance of locally heavy rain showers.
  • Michael will bring heavy rainfall to Southern New England

    ...- KELLY BATES, STORM TEAM 10
    Hurricane Michael is making landfall Wednesday afternoon along the Florida panhandle. Michael estimated track from the National Hurricane Center. There are a variety of hazards as a result of this dangerous storm coming ashore, chief among them is the storm surge. Possibility of higher than 9ft storm surge in red areas of the Florida Panhandle. Michael has the potential of bringing a storm surge of 9-14 feet causing catastrophic flooding of coastal low lying areas.
  • Michael makes landfall Wednesday, with some impact in southern New England

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    As major hurricane Michael approaches the Gulf Coast Tuesday night, the storm will bring a devastating storm surge as high as nine to 13 feet from Mexico Beach to Keaton Beach, Florida. The forecast wind speed is expected to remain in the 120 mph to 125 mph range at landfall early Wednesday afternoon, as well. Tropical wind speed forecast at landfall early Wednesday afternoon. Category 3 on the Saffir-Simpson scale: The Saffir-Simpson hurricane intensity scale.
  • Clouds remain but all clear for RI events

    ...- Zack Green
    Columbus Day boasts plenty of events in RI but the most notable are the Scituate Art Festival and the Federal Hill Columbus Day Festival. The Art Festival is now in it's 3rd day and opens up again at 10am. The festivities up on the Hill, which were celebrated on Saturday and Sunday as well, also start at 10am. Federal Hill Columbus Day Festival (courtesy of federalhillprov. com) Scituate Art Festival (courtesy of scituateartfestival. org)
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