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This beautiful shot taken at the Bristol Harbor was submitted by Lynne Bisbano.
While not all thunderstorms are severe in terms of wind and hail, all thunderstorms create lightning — which means they all need to be resp…
Unlike thunder and lightning, which announce themselves with a certain authority, rip currents can be incredibly difficult to spot.
Unlike river flooding, which typically has advance warning, flash flooding can happen in a matter of minutes.
Even if you feel you live in a community with a low risk of flooding, remember that anywhere it rains – it can flood.
This beautiful shot taken at sunset at Colt State Park was submitted by Carmen Rugel of Middletown.
Storms in July can often be an indicator of what's to come, according to Dave Vallee of the National Weather Service.
As a summer storm rolled out on July 28, a double rainbow could be seen by many in Southern New England.
In-depth reports from The Live Pinpoint Doppler 12 Weather Team about the power of Mother Nature and what you can do to stay safe.
Today's Pic of the Day winner was submitted by Noreen Casey Doherty from Narragansett.
Every home needs a disaster kit ready in the event of an emergency. Here's a list of what you'll need.
Tornadoes & straight-line winds can strike anywhere. These vital safety steps could be the difference between life & death.
The National Weather Service confirmed that a tornado touched down in the city on the morning of July 28, 2014.
Follow along with The Pinpoint Weather Team, and track storms with this printable hurricane chart.
Chris Horvath's boys enjoyed a sunset at Colt State Park – and with it he enjoyed winning the Pic of the Day for July 28.
The unsettled weather pattern proved to be destructive in parts of the region.