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  • Heading towards 65 degrees? Maybe....

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    It may not feel like it now, but warmer weather is upon us come Friday and Saturday! Your StormTeam10 forecast currently stands that we'll be breaking into the 60s Saturday. The jury is still out on whether or not we will actually hit 65 degrees for the day. If we do, we would be right on track for when we typically see the first 65-degree day of the year. Our Climotological Data in Regards to Seeing 65 Degrees.. png.
  • A dry and clear stretch of weather

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    It's an incredibly beautiful Tuesday out there, and we get to keep mostly clear skies for the next 48 hours! If you don't believe me, just take a look outside at our People's Credit Union skycams across the area. PCU Skycam from Flos Clam Shack. PNG. I did see some beach runners and walkers at noontime -- not bad at all! PCU Skycam from Iggys. PNG. A lovely, but breezy, day to soak up the sunshine. PCU Skycam from Tockwotton on the Waterfront. PNG. This week's weather breakdown:
  • How often do we see big snowfalls in March?

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    March is such a tricky month to forecast because of the transition of seasons. Forecasters tread lightly when it comes to making a definitive statement that snow is gone for good. In Southern New England, we have seen some snowstorms sneak up on us at the last minute, some right before or after the vernal equinox, that remind us winter is not quite gone yet. But how often do we typically see large snowfalls in March? And are we past the critical time frame yet? Your answers below.
  • Nine ways to prepare for allergy season

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Say it ain't so, but allergy season is just about here. Allergy sufferers everywhere should gear up for allergies to hit hard and early this year. At the end of March, most only see elevated levels of pollen from trees like juniper, elm, and maple. March 25, 2019 Current Pollen Levels. But as grass begins to grow, flowers begin to bloom, and the yellow stuff starts to coat our freshly washed cars, those pollen levels will jump up come April.
  • Peeks of sun Monday, then cooler

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Happy Monday! We're heading into our first full week of spring, and we will feel it this afternoon with increasing sunshine and warming temperatures. To start off the day, we have been dealing with pesky mid-level cloud cover keeping us on the cool side. As some of these clouds break, and any lingering rain showers off the coast push east, temperatures will be able to climb faster through the second half of the day. Monday Afternoon Showers Depart from the Coastline. png.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    After temperatures were above average Sunday, they'll cool off to near seasonable levels Monday after a 'dry' cold front pushes through. The much colder air, but not brutally cold, will lag behind, but finally arrive Monday night and last through Wednesday. It'll be a mostly dry week, then temperatures will moderate and go back above average towards the end of the week into the first half of the upcoming weekend (which just happens to be the last full weekend of March! )
  • From Winter To Spring in a Weekend

    ...- Kelly Bates, Storm Team 10
    The weekend will start wintry and end quite spring-like. Saturday morning snow at Narragansett Town Beach. The snow has brought 1-3 inches of grassy surface and car top accumulation to Southern New England from last night to this morning. We will clear this afternoon to sunshine but the winds will remain high with occasional gusts to 40 mph throughout the day. Wind gusts per the European model. Clear skies and relaxing winds overnight will allow lows to drop off into the 20s to start Sunday.
  • Timelapse of Friday's snow

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Although the snow did not stick for most in Southern New England, snow fell briefly across the region. Snow at the West Greenwich/Coventry Line. Photo Courtesy: Crystal. Our People's Credit Union live camera from Tockwotton on the Waterfront captured the rain transitioning to snow as visibility dropped early in the afternoon. Watch it here: Tockwotton on the Waterfront. Courtesy: People's Credit Union Skycam.
  • Winds pick up, chance of snow overnight

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Friday evening, we are tracking rain, a messy mix to some snow, and winds as we head into the weekend. 1. Wind Potential. Friday, winds picked up to 20-30 mph across southern New England. Those winds stick around through a good chunk of Saturday, too. In fact, they may even increase. Some gusts may reach 40, especially along the coast. Friday Wind Gust Forecast. png. Wet weather tapers off by Saturday morning, but winds stick around through at least midday.
  • You can ask NASA astronauts questions about space right now

    ...- StormTeam10 Meteorologist Christina Erne
    Two NASA astronauts have been sent out for a space walk Friday, and they are pulling double duty in zero gravity answering questions from the public. Nick Hague and Anne McClain are current residents of the International Space Station -- McClain living on the ISS since December 2018, Hague just arriving March 14th for his expedition. The two astronauts executed a space walk starting Friday at 8:00 AM Eastern , working together to swap out old batteries.
  • Thursday, Friday storm breakdown

    ...- StormTeam10 Meteorologist Christina Erne
    Here's the latest regarding Thursday and Friday's storm. Thursday afternoon: Initial rain showers push into central Massachusetts and western/central Connecticut. Showers begin relatively light, and pick up around sunset, slightly after the evening commute. If you have dinner plans or walk the dog later in the evening, bring an umbrella just in case if you have a far distance to walk. Showers will be spotty at first. Thursday night: Most will see rain starting to get steady 10PM-Midnight.
  • Viewer Super Worm Moon pictures

    ...- StormTeam10 Meteorologist Christina Erne
    A big thank you to all our NBC10 viewers who sent in some incredible photos of the Super Worm Moon! The full moon was bigger and brighter than normal Wednesday, March 20 and Thursday, March 21, 2019. Photos were absolutely incredible! Check them out below. Supermoon over Point Judith Lighthouse. Photo: Courtesy Peter Ryan. Supermoon at Zeek's Creek. Photo: Courtesy Rock Guy. Supermoon over Apponaug Marina. Photo: Courtesy Rick O'Brien. Supermoon over Middletown.
  • Spring showers on the way

    ...- StormTeam10 Meteorologist Christina Erne
    Not today. But, it's coming soon. Spring has sprung in typical springlike fashion, bringing rain for the end of your week. Here's what you can expect. Tonight: Few clouds start to trickle in, thanks to two systems responsible for giving us some heavy showers and gusty winds Thursday night into Friday. Two Systems Already on the Satellite and Radar Moving in for Thursday. png. One to our west, tracking through the Ohio River Valley, is picking up moisture as it crosses over the Great Lakes.
  • Last 'super worm moon' until 2030

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    Anyone who was up early Wednesday caught the last supermoon of 2019! This is known the "Super Worm Moon. " According to National Geographic, it's name is due to the March full moon coinciding with the time of year when earthworms begin to emerge from the thawing soils. This is the first time since 2000 that the supermoon also lands on the vernal equinox (aka start of Spring! ). We won't see this phenomena happen again until 2030!
  • Heading towards 65 degrees? Maybe....

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    It may not feel like it now, but warmer weather is upon us come Friday and Saturday! Your StormTeam10 forecast currently stands that we'll be breaking into the 60s Saturday. The jury is still out on whether or not we will actually hit 65 degrees for the day. If we do, we would be right on track for when we typically see the first 65-degree day of the year. Our Climotological Data in Regards to Seeing 65 Degrees.. png.
  • A dry and clear stretch of weather

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    It's an incredibly beautiful Tuesday out there, and we get to keep mostly clear skies for the next 48 hours! If you don't believe me, just take a look outside at our People's Credit Union skycams across the area. PCU Skycam from Flos Clam Shack. PNG. I did see some beach runners and walkers at noontime -- not bad at all! PCU Skycam from Iggys. PNG. A lovely, but breezy, day to soak up the sunshine. PCU Skycam from Tockwotton on the Waterfront. PNG. This week's weather breakdown:
  • How often do we see big snowfalls in March?

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    March is such a tricky month to forecast because of the transition of seasons. Forecasters tread lightly when it comes to making a definitive statement that snow is gone for good. In Southern New England, we have seen some snowstorms sneak up on us at the last minute, some right before or after the vernal equinox, that remind us winter is not quite gone yet. But how often do we typically see large snowfalls in March? And are we past the critical time frame yet? Your answers below.
  • Nine ways to prepare for allergy season

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Say it ain't so, but allergy season is just about here. Allergy sufferers everywhere should gear up for allergies to hit hard and early this year. At the end of March, most only see elevated levels of pollen from trees like juniper, elm, and maple. March 25, 2019 Current Pollen Levels. But as grass begins to grow, flowers begin to bloom, and the yellow stuff starts to coat our freshly washed cars, those pollen levels will jump up come April.
  • Peeks of sun Monday, then cooler

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Happy Monday! We're heading into our first full week of spring, and we will feel it this afternoon with increasing sunshine and warming temperatures. To start off the day, we have been dealing with pesky mid-level cloud cover keeping us on the cool side. As some of these clouds break, and any lingering rain showers off the coast push east, temperatures will be able to climb faster through the second half of the day. Monday Afternoon Showers Depart from the Coastline. png.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    After temperatures were above average Sunday, they'll cool off to near seasonable levels Monday after a 'dry' cold front pushes through. The much colder air, but not brutally cold, will lag behind, but finally arrive Monday night and last through Wednesday. It'll be a mostly dry week, then temperatures will moderate and go back above average towards the end of the week into the first half of the upcoming weekend (which just happens to be the last full weekend of March! )
  • From Winter To Spring in a Weekend

    ...- Kelly Bates, Storm Team 10
    The weekend will start wintry and end quite spring-like. Saturday morning snow at Narragansett Town Beach. The snow has brought 1-3 inches of grassy surface and car top accumulation to Southern New England from last night to this morning. We will clear this afternoon to sunshine but the winds will remain high with occasional gusts to 40 mph throughout the day. Wind gusts per the European model. Clear skies and relaxing winds overnight will allow lows to drop off into the 20s to start Sunday.
  • Timelapse of Friday's snow

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Although the snow did not stick for most in Southern New England, snow fell briefly across the region. Snow at the West Greenwich/Coventry Line. Photo Courtesy: Crystal. Our People's Credit Union live camera from Tockwotton on the Waterfront captured the rain transitioning to snow as visibility dropped early in the afternoon. Watch it here: Tockwotton on the Waterfront. Courtesy: People's Credit Union Skycam.
  • Winds pick up, chance of snow overnight

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Friday evening, we are tracking rain, a messy mix to some snow, and winds as we head into the weekend. 1. Wind Potential. Friday, winds picked up to 20-30 mph across southern New England. Those winds stick around through a good chunk of Saturday, too. In fact, they may even increase. Some gusts may reach 40, especially along the coast. Friday Wind Gust Forecast. png. Wet weather tapers off by Saturday morning, but winds stick around through at least midday.
  • You can ask NASA astronauts questions about space right now

    ...- StormTeam10 Meteorologist Christina Erne
    Two NASA astronauts have been sent out for a space walk Friday, and they are pulling double duty in zero gravity answering questions from the public. Nick Hague and Anne McClain are current residents of the International Space Station -- McClain living on the ISS since December 2018, Hague just arriving March 14th for his expedition. The two astronauts executed a space walk starting Friday at 8:00 AM Eastern , working together to swap out old batteries.
  • Thursday, Friday storm breakdown

    ...- StormTeam10 Meteorologist Christina Erne
    Here's the latest regarding Thursday and Friday's storm. Thursday afternoon: Initial rain showers push into central Massachusetts and western/central Connecticut. Showers begin relatively light, and pick up around sunset, slightly after the evening commute. If you have dinner plans or walk the dog later in the evening, bring an umbrella just in case if you have a far distance to walk. Showers will be spotty at first. Thursday night: Most will see rain starting to get steady 10PM-Midnight.
  • Viewer Super Worm Moon pictures

    ...- StormTeam10 Meteorologist Christina Erne
    A big thank you to all our NBC10 viewers who sent in some incredible photos of the Super Worm Moon! The full moon was bigger and brighter than normal Wednesday, March 20 and Thursday, March 21, 2019. Photos were absolutely incredible! Check them out below. Supermoon over Point Judith Lighthouse. Photo: Courtesy Peter Ryan. Supermoon at Zeek's Creek. Photo: Courtesy Rock Guy. Supermoon over Apponaug Marina. Photo: Courtesy Rick O'Brien. Supermoon over Middletown.
  • Spring showers on the way

    ...- StormTeam10 Meteorologist Christina Erne
    Not today. But, it's coming soon. Spring has sprung in typical springlike fashion, bringing rain for the end of your week. Here's what you can expect. Tonight: Few clouds start to trickle in, thanks to two systems responsible for giving us some heavy showers and gusty winds Thursday night into Friday. Two Systems Already on the Satellite and Radar Moving in for Thursday. png. One to our west, tracking through the Ohio River Valley, is picking up moisture as it crosses over the Great Lakes.
  • Last 'super worm moon' until 2030

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    Anyone who was up early Wednesday caught the last supermoon of 2019! This is known the "Super Worm Moon. " According to National Geographic, it's name is due to the March full moon coinciding with the time of year when earthworms begin to emerge from the thawing soils. This is the first time since 2000 that the supermoon also lands on the vernal equinox (aka start of Spring! ). We won't see this phenomena happen again until 2030!
  • Eyeing a coastal storm Thursday, Friday

    ...- StormTeam10 Meteorologist Christina Erne
    "Beware the Ides of March. " So technically, the "Ides of March" fall on March 15, the thought-date of the assassination of Julius Caesar. Not weather related. But in our case in southern New England, we have something ominous to keep a close eye on for the end of the week. What we know: We are following a coastal development that will break up the high pressure that's been large and in charge all week. High Pressure Large and In Charge Tuesday and Wednesday. png.
  • Spring starts Wednesday, here's what you need to know

    ...- StormTeam10 Meteorologist Christina Erne
    If you've been itching to see flowers, soak up more sunshine, or take those first early season beach walks, you'll be happy to know spring is just around the corner. Wednesday, March 20, 2019 is the official vernal equinox at 5:58 PM. By then, it will really start to feel springlike throughout southern New England. What is an equinox? Twice a year (March and November) the Earth's tilt is not tilted towards or away from the Sun, giving a nearly equal amount of daylight to every latitude.
  • Cool and dry start to the week

    ...- StormTeam10 Meteorologists Christina Erne and Zack Green
    Happy Monday! We're off to a bit of a chilly start to the week.... 12 Hour StormTeam10 Forecast. But we rebound nicely towards 50 by midweek. For today, Tuesday, and much of Wednesday, sunglasses are a must with partly cloudy to mostly clear conditions. The next 48 hours will be high pressure dominant, contributing to some colder overnight lows, though. Back to today. Winds from the west usher in slightly cooler air, but high pressure in place gives us lots of sunshine.
  • Welcome Christina Erne to Storm Team 10

    ...- NBC 10 NEWS
    Christina Erne has joined Storm Team 10. She talked to Chief Meterologist Mark Searles on Facebook Live.
  • The rule of three

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    Winter is winding down and Southern New England is starting to see some milder days. Starting Thursday afternoon, we're in for a rather warm stretch with the 50s holding on through Saturday! Southern New England is expected to be at or above 50 from Thursday through Saturday this week. This upcoming stretch of warmth certain isn't the first time we've seen 50 this winter. In fact, the last 50-degree day was just a few weeks ago on February 15th.
  • 5 things you need to know during Flood Safety Awareness Week

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    It's already meteorological spring, meaning it's time to talk about flood safety as the snow (or what we have of it) melts, rivers and streams rise, and we see an increased threat of coastal flooding. The National Weather Service is taking this week of March to go over flood safety tips as we head into the wet season.
  • Snow to Sunshine

    ...- Kelly Bates
    A wintry mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain will mix with and eventually over to rain for the afternoon. Sunday morning radar. Expect the possibility of a quick coating to an inch in Southeastern Southern New England with higher snow amounts in central Mass. Mixing over to rain for the afternoon. Slippery roads are likely as well as reduced visibility. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect through 5pm today for north and western Providence County.
  • Another 50/50 Weekend

    ...- Kelly Bates
    Daylight Saving Time is this weekend as clocks “Spring Forward” an hour tonight. This will bring our sunrise time Sunday to 7:06 and sunset will then be at 6:46. Weather-wise, we have another 50/50 weekend in Southern New England. Today will be sun-filled and milder with highs in the 40s. Clouds build in tonight in advance of the next storm system for Sunday.
  • Sunday snow still a possibility

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    After a spectacular Saturday that will feature lots of sunshine and NEAR seasonable temperatures, Sunday will be a different story. Saturday is clearly the pick of the weekend! Low pressure passing well to our west will bring a period of snow early in the morning, followed by a change to sleet then rain from south to north. Low pressure passing to our west brings a chance of snow Sunday AM followed by a change o rain as temperatures rise later in the morning,
  • Daylight saving time coming this weekend

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    There's no debate that it's still winter in Southern New England. With nearly a foot of snow on Monday and bitterly cold temperatures Tuesday to Wednesday, March certainly came in like a lion. But it is that time of year where the days get longer! Daylight saving time starts this weekend. Daylight Saving Time officially begins at 2am Sunday morning. This time around, we'll lose an hour of sleep as clocks "spring forward". That being said, sunset times also shift.
  • Storm drops impressive amount of snow

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    The biggest snow storm of the year (thus far) kicked off the first full week of March 2019. Prior to this system, Providence and most of southern New England was well below average for snow this winter. In fact, for Meteorological Winter (December, January, and February) Providence was 14. 6" below average! That all changed this morning. Providence only recording 11. 6" of snow over a three month period.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    Winter Storm Warning most of Southern New England, Winter Weather Advisory for the Cape and Islands this evening through Monday morning. Snow, then a change to mix/rain first along the coast, that line making its way just shy of the Providence to Fall River area by 5 a. m. In areas to the north and west of that line where no changeover takes place, expect 8-12" of snow.
  • Sunday night snow will impact morning commute

    ...- KELLY BATES, STORM TEAM 10
    Round 2 of snow is on the way for tonight and will definitely affect the Monday morning commute. A WINTER STORM WARNING has been issued for all of Southern New England starting tonight at 7pm through Monday morning at 10am. The Winter Storm Warning is issued when hazardous road conditions are expected with greatly reduced visibility and snow-covered, slippery road surfaces. Power outages are possible with this storm as well.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    After the on average 3-5" of snow across the region, less along the coast, more N&W, another fast moving system will roll in Sunday night, ending early Monday morning. Daytime highs will be above freezing through Monday, followed by an Arctic cold snap and dry weather for the rest of the week until Friday. Then, another storm system may bring more snow Friday night, ending early Saturday.
  • Steady, heavy snow ending this afternoon

    ...- Kelly Bates
    A coastal storm will impact Southern New England today. Saturday morning's storm will bring heavy, wet snow. Heavy, wet snow will continue through this morning. As a result, we will see slippery roads, reduced visibility and the possibility of power outages. Snow covered roads in Middletown Saturday morning. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect through 7 pm for slick and possibly hazardous roads as well as reduced visibility in snow.
  • Saturday snow will be heavier, wetter than last storm

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    Snow moving in early Saturday morning will move through fairly quickly. For most of us, it looks to end around noontime Saturday. Unlike the light, fluffy 2-4" system from earlier this week, Saturday's snow will fall while temperatures hover near 30-32 degrees, making this snowfall heavier and wetter. The kind of snow that makes nice snowmen, but is no fun to shovel!
  • Keep the shovels handy for Saturday!

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    Forecast changes can be sudden and dramatic at times this time of year as the seasons start to change. Yes we are still about three weeks away from the start of spring, but the weather patterns start to shift in late February into early March and sometimes the forecast guidance can present some rather quick forecast changes. Such is the case as it relates to the Saturday forecast.
  • Commuters should plan extra time Thursday morning

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    Over the last 12-18 hours, little has changed in the snow's path and amounts since the in depth descriptionfrom Chief Meteorologist Mark Searles. That being said, it's still important to understand what we're facing on Thursday morning. From Wednesday night to sunrise Thursday morning (6:23am), 2-4" will be recorded for most of southern New England. Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 12 hours from 7pm Wednesday to 7am Thursday for all of southern New England.
  • Snow in the forecast for Wednesday night

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the entire area from Wednesday evening through Thursday morning. A Winter Weather Advisory in effect for the expectation of a few inches of snow Wednesday night into Thursday morning. The reason? A light snowfall spreading in from the west mostly toward the tail end of Wednesday's evening commute.
  • Sun or snow? Or both?

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    Monday morning was a wild ride, and not just because schools were back in session! Snow showers continued to stream in from the northwest throughout the early to mid-morning hours. These squalls were less than organized which brought periods of abrupt snow followed by abundant sunshine. These snow showers are expected to come to an end by midday. That being said, high-resolution guidance information early Monday morning suggested this system to have wrapped up hours early.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    As the storm system that brought Sunday's dreary weather departs and intensifies, the pressure gradient between that area of Low Pressure, and a fair weather High Pressure bubble moving in behind it, is increasing the wind. Expect WNW winds to ramp up WNW 15-30 mph overnight, peaking WNW 25-50 mph Monday midday and early afternoon with gusts possible to 60 mph. The concern is that will impact trees and utility lines and resultant power outages across the region.
  • Rain to Wind to Cold

    ...- Kelly Bates
    A warm front is coming through today with warmer temperatures and a morning of heavy rain. This afternoon, we will taper off to showers and the rain ends tonight altogether. Rain totals could be as high as an inch. Sunday Rain Totals. There is even a slight chance of a thunderstorm, which would lead to locally higher rainfall amounts. As the warm front system leaves, it will be followed by increasing wind.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    A High Wind Warning has been issued for Southeastern New England for Monday 3 a. m. to 7 p. m. following Sunday's rainfall. As the storm system responsible for that intensified over southeastern Canada Sunday, the winds will increase here starting Sunday night, lasting through Monday. They're expected to be WNW 25-50 mph, with some gusts possible to 60 mph that could bring down branches, trees, and impact utilities too.
  • Rain on the Way

    ...- Kelly Bates
    The weekend is shaping up to be one of those that begins one way and ends completely different. High pressure will keep us dry today and you can expect seasonable temperatures with highs in the lower 40s. The second half of the weekend will involve the possibility of lots of wind. Rain will develop near dawn from west to east and may become heavy at times through mid-afternoon. The rain will taper off and end by Sunday evening. Sunday Rain totals could be near an inch by the time the rain ends.
  • Possible Sunday soaker, followed by powerful wind

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    On the heels of a fairly nice February day on Friday, the weekend will start off dry with seasonable temperatures but it will end on a wet note! A dry start to the weekend, but a rainy finish! Although cloudier than Friday, Saturday still looks like the pick of the weekend before rain arrives Sunday morning. Three big things for the weekend. Rain may move in before sunrise Sunday, with any icing concerns likely staying to our north early on.
  • Snow to be followed by sleet, freezing rain, eventually rain

    ...- R.J. HEIM, STORM TEAM 10
    A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service office in Norton for all of the area except the Cape and Islands Wednesday night. As of 5 p. m. , Storm Team 10 said a fast-moving initial band of snow is moving across southern/central Rhode Island. It will shift east during the next 30 minutes to an hour, with the main area of snow to build in after 7 p. m.
  • Next round of wintry weather arrives Wednesday evening

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    The latest storm to bring some wintry weather arrives Wednesday evening, toward the end of the evening commute. Winter Weather Advisories are issued for all of Connecticut, as well as western and central Massachusetts. It is possible that this gets extended to include a portion of Rhode Island and Bristol County, Massachusetts early Wednesday: After a brief period of snow Wednesday evening: Snow Wednesday evening MAY accumulate up to an inch or two before changing to sleet and freezing rain.
  • Presidents Day snow totals

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    As of 10:30am Monday morning, snow continued to fall in parts of northern Rhode Island adding to what was a pretty active morning. The showers kicked off late Sunday night and came down at a clip through the early parts of Monday. The flakes shut off rather quickly along the coast and around Narragansett Bay. Ultimately that meant lower values in those spots. That didn't stop interior spots! Those north of Providence measured the anticipated 2-4".

  • ...- R.J. HEIM, STORM TEAM 10
    Snow overnight tonight through midday will accumulate on average 3-5" across Southern New England, with a little less along the South Coast where a little more mixing may take place, and a little more towards interior Southeast Massachusetts as some banding around the departing system sweeps through. Monday being Presidents Day should reduce the impact a bit. Temperatures at times will be just at or above freezing too. So far this season, at T. F.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for Providence and Kent Counties in RI, and Bristol and Plymouth Counties in SE MA, for overnight tonight through Monday for the potential of 4-7" of snow. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the rest of Southern New England for the potential of 3-5" of snow in the same time period.
  • Snow on our Doorstep

    ...- Kelly Bates
    Around midnight tonight we will see the development of snow across southern New England. On Sunday a Winter Storm Warning has been issued from Sunday 11 p. m. to Monday at 4:00 p. m. for Bristol, Kent and Providence Counties. Snow develops near midnight tonight and becomes heavy at times through early Monday morning. The snow is now expected to become locally heavy at times and will likely top out with totals in the 3-5” range with locally higher amounts. Snow totals estimate for Monday.
  • It's official: El Nino has arrived

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    Earlier Thursday, the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration, orNOAA,declared that El Nino has officially arrived and that conditions are likely to continue through the northern hemisphere spring 2019. Ocean temperatures along the equatorial Pacific continue to run above average. This has been the case for the past several months, which is one of the signals forecasters look for when studying El Nino.
  • A little bit of everything

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    All eyes are on Tuesday afternoon when a winter storm rolls into southern New England. The conversation has focused mainly on the travel concerns Tuesday evening as snow transitions to sleet and even a period of freezing rain. That precipitation trio (snow, freezing rain, and sleet) turns into a quartet overnight when rain takes over. That means southern New England will experience 4 types of winter precipitation in a 12-18 hour period!
  • Tuesday's storm to bring high impact on travel

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    The good news: Tuesday's morning commute will NOT feature any weather related issues. The bad news: The same cannot be said for the afternoon and evening! As has been the case with most storms this winter, Tuesday's storm brings a variety of precipitation and once again it is ALL about the timing. 3 big things about the Tuesday storm. The snow starts roughly around noontime Tuesday, with a few hours of moderate to heavy snow likely before a change to sleet occurs through the evening drive time.

  • ...- R.J. HEIM, STORM TEAM 10
    With a paltry 7. 9" inches of snow so far this winter season at T. F. Green Airport in Warwick, about one-quarter of what we get in an average season, the thought of getting some snow Tuesday has a number of you in a flurry, while others are pining for Spring. Either way, a double barreled storm system is evolving at this hour, with the main area of Low Pressure forecast to intensify and move towards the Great Lakes.
  • Sun and Clouds to Snow

    ...- Kelly Bates
    The weekend will finish with a mix of sun and clouds and chilly temperatures. Sunday will be dry, as will Monday. All eyes are really on Tuesday. The Tuesday morning commute is looking dry without weather problems. Can’t say the same for the late commute. As of today, the Tuesday late commute will see the biggest threat for slippery roads as we have the potential for accumulating snow and sleet.
  • Sunny but Colder Weekend

    ...- Kelly Bates
    High pressure is in charge and will provide us with lots of sunshine all weekend long. Saturday will have an added element of wind. Gusts through mid-afternoon will be 40-50 mph and a Wind Advisory has been issued as a result. We will have the chance of power outages and tree damage and vehicles will be pushed around on the highways in the gusts. Winds relax this evening, skies will be clear and temperatures will drop off into the lower teens.

  • ...- R.J. HEIM, NBC 10 NEWS
    Temperatures are hovering at or near freezing in the northern half of Southern New England overnight into Thursday morning as a band of rain moves through. In the areas shaded in blue, the "Winter Weather Advisory," there is the potential for freezing rain which causes slick travel on untreated surfaces. Locations closer to the coast and islands will experience temperatures above freezing, producing just rain. Thursday is expected to be rather dreary with some on/off showers.
  • Tricky travel on Thursday morning

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    After record breaking temperatures on Tuesday afternoon, we’re in store for some wintry weather in southern New England. A system developing in the central Plains will drag rain, sleet, and even some freezing rain towards our region late Wednesday evening. Thankfully, the timeline doesn’t impact our ride home, however, some icy spots are possible Thursday morning. Showers reach southern New England by 10pm Wednesday. The "pink" in northern RI and central MA is the freezing rain potential.
  • Boston hosts Super Bowl Parade

    ...- Zack Green, STORMTEAM10
    The New England Patriots are Super Bowl Champions... AGAIN! With the lowest scoring game in Super Bowl History, Tom Brady went on to win his sixth Super Bowl ring and the Patriots are returning to New England on Monday afternoon. Plans are set for the annual celebration and the Duck Boats will roll through Boston Tuesday at 11am. If you plan to stake your claim and catch a view of the World Champs, you may need to keep an eye to the sky.
  • Saturday is Groundhog Day, here's what to expect

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    Groundhog day is upon us once again and all eyes will be on the tiny town of Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. We know him as "Phil," but his full, official name is: "Seer of Seers, Sage of Sages, Prognosticator of Prognosticators and Weather Prophet Extraordinary. " The most famous "forecaster", Punxsutawney Phil. Yeah, I like "Phil" much better, too! His prediction usually takes place around 7:20 a. m. on February 2, so get ready! Phil and one of his handlers.
  • This won't be the Snow Bowl

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    Super Bowl Weekend is finally here and Patriots fans are gearing up for the big game! Pats hats and scarves are everywhere, but there hasn't been much reason to buy a new snow shovel. The first month of 2019 was oddly quiet and there wasn't much snow. In fact, Providence recorded just 1. 6". That's roughly 7" from January's typically amount and just about 20" from what we recorded in 2018! Providence record 1. 6" in January 2019. 2018's total reached 21. 1", a difference of 19. 5".
  • Snow squalls over, now it's all about the COLD!

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    They were brief, yet intense, for some of us: Snow squalls reached our area around 5:45-6pm. Ashley Cullinane showed us the conditions on route 295 during our 6PM news. But as the snow squalls continue to move out Wednesday night, the latest round of bitter cold is settling in. A gusty west wind will drop temperatures into the single digits Thursday morning. Low temperatures will be in the single digits Thursday morning for all of us.
  • January ends with a bang

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    There are cold days, and then there's the Midwest. An arctic air mass from Tuesday night into Wednesday has brought record breaking cold in Chicago and an overnight low of minus 25 in Minneapolis! To add insult to injury, as of 11 a. m. on Wednesday morning, wind chill values have dropped below minus 50. Wind chill values in the Midwest as of 11am Wednesday. This dangerous cold will start to spill east as a cold front moves towards the Atlantic coast Wednesday afternoon.
  • Arctic chill is coming

    ...- KELLY BATES, STORM TEAM 10
    Big changes are on the way as not one, but two cold fronts come through Southern New England. Rain mixing over to snow as front #1 moves through. The first will come through Tuesday evening with a chance of snow changing to rain at night. The precipitation will change over to snow pre-dawn Wednesday. If we are to see accumulation, this would be the time. Model Estimate of Snow Accumulation by Wednesday Night.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    Monday will start the week colder than average but dry. We continue to monitor the progress of a developing storm system that's expected to possibly bring some snow Tuesday mid-afternoon, but then changing to a mix and some rain in the evening, before ending as a period of snow early Wednesday. That will be followed by another plunge in temperatures as another Arctic-in-origin air mass moves in for the rest of the upcoming week!

  • ...- R.J. HEIM, NBC 10 NEWS
    Based on the latest guidance models, here's what to expect Tuesday: Mostly cloudy skies, followed by a light snow/mix late in the afternoon or at night that transitions to mostly rain showers towards midnight when temps spike to near 40. As the front pushes through, with the low pressure right over top of us, there may be an hour or two of snow pre-sunrise Wednesday that could bring 1" or so of snow with temperatures near freezing.
  • Active Weather Ahead

    ...- Kelly Bates
    A weak warm front will come through today and will bring several changes to our weather. Expect milder temperatures, more clouds, breezes and early ocean-effect snows for the Cape and islands of SE Massachusetts. A cold front will swing through later today with a chance of a brief rain or snow shower. Clouds will clear overnight and sunshine returns for Monday. Monday temps will be colder. Tuesday and Wednesday have the potential to host a coastal storm.
  • Local Rivers Still Flooding

    ...- Kelly Bates
    January 2019 has gotten a lot of rain lately. Within the few days of Jan 20-24, we picked up more than 4 inches of rain at T. F. Green Airport in Warwick. With Thursday's round of record rainfall added to the melting snow, catch basins and rivers have been very busy, and have, in a few cases, gone into flood. As of Saturday morning, the Blackstone River in Woonsocket is not in flood, but there are four area river sites that still are.
  • Wild changes heading our way

    ...- MARK SEARLES, NBC10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    Updated Wednesday Night 1/23: Temperatures will continue to rise overnight into Thursday morning as the wind continues out of the south. Most of us will wake to temps in the 45-50 range with pockets of light to moderate rain moving through. The wind and rain remain our two main concerns for Thursday as a Flash Flood Watch as well as a High Wind Warning & Wind Advisory are now in effect for all areas. A flash flood watch in effect until Thursday evening for the expectation of 1-2" of rain.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    After the record-setting 24 hour rainfall Thursday (2. 33" at T. F. Green Airport in Warwick) that has our precip nearly double for an average January, we're in for a nearly seasonable mostly dry weekend. However, some of the rivers are at or near or just above Flood Stage until Sunday. As a bit milder air pushes in early Sunday, some of the Guidance Models suggest a little bit of light snow and/or mix to rain showers Saturday overnight into early Sunday.
  • Frigid way to start the week

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    After Sunday's rain and snow event in southern New England, arctic air dropped in and froze our region over. Ice blanketed everything from driveways to sidewalks to roads making for a pretty hazardous Monday morning. Clearly the temperatures were to blame for that. Overnight lows dropped into the low single digits but it was the wind chill that brought the bone chilling cold. Wind Chill values fell close to -20 on Monday morning. These conditions will continue into the afternoon.

  • ...- 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.
  • 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.
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