Based on data from the early 1980s to 2010, Providence only has a 37% chance of seeing a White Christmas.
Winterizing your home not only saves your hard-earned money, but also helps your home become more green by making it more efficient.
Dawn Carr of Pawtucket won Tuesday’s Pic of the Day with this shot.
Rhode Island’s Emergency Management Agency has several ways you can keep your family safe.
Rhode Island’s Emergency Management Agency has several ways you can keep your family safe, including creating a Winter Emergency Supply Kit.
AAA New England has some tips that help drivers trudge through conditions whenever winter weather hits the area.
Donna Higgins of Swansea won Wednesday’s Pic of the Day with this shot of the Chatham Harbor.
The rainstorm that drenched Southern New England Tuesday not only caused trouble on the roads, but it also forced businesses to find ways to keep busy.
A winter storm in New England can range from a moderate snowfall over a few hours to a Nor’easter, bringing blizzard conditions with blinding wind-driven snow that lasts several days.
The coldest temperatures of the season are expected over the next several days, and with it comes the hope that your vehicle will start when you turn the key on these frigid mornings.
The heaviest of the rain is behind us, but drivers across Southern New England are still being urged to take caution as flood-prone areas of the region are still seeing the impact of Tuesday’s storm.
Greg Erickson of Warwick won Tuesday’s Pic of the Day with this shot.
I-295 North in the area of Farnum Pike/Route 104 in Smithfield was shut down around 9:30 p.m., following a rollover.
The Pinpoint Weather Team is calling for periods of heavy rain and strong winds Tuesday, which could lead to flooding in susceptible areas.
Here are eight safety tips the Snow & Ice Management Association has for staying safe while shoveling.
D. Carr won Monday’s Pic of the Day with this shot, taken in Pawtucket, of a Bald Eagle.