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Slick road conditions has vehicles spinning out, causing back ups during the morning commute.
Before you head out on that lake or pond for ice skating or fishing – make sure it’s safe.
Today’s Pic of the Day was sent in by Heidi Nelson of Smithfield. The description reads, “The Village at Waterman lake, sunset after the st…
During the storm, the Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency opened its Emergency Operations Center for the third time this winter.
Today’s Pic of the Day was sent in by Lee Marshall of Warren. Lee has been entered to win a $100 gift certificate to Hunt’s Photo & Video. T…
While plows are clearing roads, the wind may blow snow back causing slick conditions.
Rhode Island State Police tell us the storm led to more than 30 crashes throughout the state.
The heavy snow knocked down tree limbs and power lines around the region, leaving many residents without electricity.
When snow mixes with rain or sleet and cold temperatures, the simple task of shoveling out a driveway can become dangerous.
Snow fell across Southern New England Friday, Feb. 6. When the snow stopped, the sun peaked through just in time for some killer sunset phot…
Gov. Gina Raimondo sent out a statement Friday saying RIDOT crews were working to treat and clear roadways.
Early in the morning, rain could be seen turning over to snow – but by 8 a.m., snow was falling hard and sticking to the ground.
The snowfall created slippery road conditions and downed numerous tree limbs and power lines across the region.
This week’s winning Pic of the Day came from Al Noviello of North Providence.
At last check, about 3,000 National Grid Customers in Rhode Island and Massachusetts are without power.
A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for Northern RI until 3 p.m. Friday, while the rest of RI and SE Mass. is under a Winter Weather Advisor…
Today’s Pic of the Day was sent in by Sandra Rojas of Providence.
Today’s Pic of the Day was sent in by Robyn Steinle of Warwick.
Despite very mild weather Thursday, we have the potential for accumulating snow Friday morning.
Some ski resorts in the Northeast have had to scale back their hours due to the lack of snow, but not Yawgoo Valley.