David Kuras of Lincoln won Monday’s Pic of the Day with this shot.
The meteors are best seen after midnight and in a dark sky – you could see up to 50 meteors per hour.
The moon will be the closest it gets to Earth this year when it rises at 7:36 p.m.
This week’s winning photo came from Rebecca Hennion of Warwick.
NOAA expects three to six hurricanes to form during the six-month season that peaks between mid-August and mid-October.
The Pinpoint Weather Team is tracking a round of thunderstorms that could be borderline severe in some communities.
Rebecca Hennion of Warwick won Thursday’s Pic of the Day with this shot.
The high surf at local beaches may be great for surfers, but still potentially dangerous for swimmers.
Meteorologist T.J. Del Santo details the beaches where strong rip currents are likely today.
Robert Sanchas won Wednesday’s Pic of the Day with this shot.
Meanwhile, beach-goers should be aware of strong rip currents that will affect our beaches until tomorrow.
Hurricane Bertha won’t make landfall in New England, but the storm is making for rough waters here.
Jonathan Burden of Warwick won Tuesday’s Pic of the Day with this shot of a peaceful and stunning scene in Newport.
Bianca Imondi won Monday’s Pic of the Day with this shot.
A few passing showers are possible this evening and overnight. It’ll be cool again with lows in the 60s. Detailed weekend weather outlook on…
This week’s winning photo came from Carmen Rugel of Middletown.
This beautiful shot taken at the Bristol Harbor was submitted by Lynne Bisbano.
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.
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.