Some schools were closed on Monday while others had delayed start times.
With more snow in the forecast this weekend into Monday, Southern New England is racing to clean up what has already fallen, and bracing for…
Schools in New Bedford and Fall River were closed for a second straight day on Friday, however most city offices, libraries and senior cente…
Peter Gaynor said his team is now getting ready for storms that are in the forecast next week.
The National Weather Service has strict criteria, but the nor’easter that tore through New England on Thursday qualified in many areas of th…
Dr. Mark Paradise says some types of ice melt can cause pain and even make your dog sick if he or she licks its paws.
Most of the injuries were due to falls.
RIDOT’s director said he’s “pleased” with the department’s response to Thursday’s major snow storm, but also sees room for improvement.
WPRI 12 & FOX Providence Meteorologist T.J. DelSanto was explaining the frequency of thundersnow when a loud clap was caught on camera.
This week’s winning Pic of the Day was sent in by Fern Bergersen of Wakefield.
According to Brad Smith, a bolt of lightning splintered a tree in his yard and blew a hole in his house.
“The ride in was great, just rainy and snowy but all dry pavement,” recalled Williams. “The ride home was a little interesting.”
Multiple rescue crews could be seen heading out to help stranded vehicles on the road.
Thursday’s nor’easter shut down services across the Capitol City.
Meteorologists say Thursday’s storm developed so quickly it was conducive for the thunderstorm phenomenon.
The snow seems to be slowing down in Smithfield, but the wind is still whipping.
While the determination will be made by the National Weather Service, New Bedford was among several communities that had met blizzard criter…
The governor said plows were able to keep up with the snow and Thursday’s storm did not warrant a state of emergency.
A behind the scenes look at Eyewitness News and the Pinpoint Weather Team bringing coverage of the February 9 Nor’easter moves through the a…
The February 9 storm knocked out power for thousands of households and made travel incredibly difficult.
Caleb Robitaille of Coventry has been entered to win a $100 gift certificate to Hunt’s Photo & Video.
Centracchio is a former Director of the Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency.
With a nor’easter expected to bring significant snowfall on Thursday, local businesses had varied strategies on how to take on the snow.
Several local cities and towns are sending out warnings that they’re changing municipal services in anticipation of Thursday’s storm.
With as much as 12 inches of snow expected to accumulate in Thursday’s storm, the American Red Cross is reminding us all to prepare.