Vital information from NOAA that could save your life or the life of someone you love.
When severe weather threatens, it’s important to know the difference between a WATCH and a WARNING.
Even if you feel you live in a community with a low risk of flooding, remember that anywhere it rains – it can flood.
Dozens of people are killed each year from lightning. Stay out of harms way with this vital safety information.
Every home needs a disaster kit ready in the event of an emergency. Here’s a list of what you’ll need.
Is your home in the path of a potential storm surge? Check out RIEMA’s hurricane evacuation and storm surge maps.
Eyewitness News has a variety of digital resources to keep you informed and safe during the storm.
Track current storms and take a look at the path of storms from years past.
Every year the U.S. experiences roughly 1,300 tornadoes and no state is immune to them.
In Rhode Island, town managers or emergency management will often map out evacuation routes.
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.
Tornadoes & straight-line winds can strike anywhere. These vital safety steps could be the difference between life & death.
Follow along with The Pinpoint Weather Team, and track storms with this printable hurricane chart.
Don’t forget about the family pet when preparing for an emergency. If it’s not safe for you, it’s not safe for them!
Before severe weather hits, makes sure you’ve taken steps to secure your boat.
Is your home protected in the event of a flood? Make sure you know the ins and outs of flood insurance.
RIEMA officials encourage families to develop an evacuation plan in order to be prepared.
Planning ahead and appropriate decision-making during and after power outages is necessary to protect yourself.