Municipal workers, homeowners, and business owners were out trying to clear the roads and sidewalks after Tuesday’s messy nor’easter.
If you spot a downed power line, be sure to stay clear and contact National Grid or your local emergency response organization.
With spring just days away, a storm on March 14 brought heavy snow and rain and whipping winds to Southern New England.
Rhode Island State Police have reported four minor accidents across the state.
The roads downtown were quiet throughout the day as people heeded Gov. Raimondo’s directive to refrain from driving if possible.
The Emergency Operations Center allows different agencies in the state to communicate and coordinate.
A statewide travel ban has been in effect since 5 a.m. and Connecticut’s governor says that state residents have been complying with the ban…
Driving conditions could be dangerous Tuesday night as temperatures fall and the wet roads freeze over.
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National Grid and Eversource said they’re getting ready for the possibility of outages and damage from Tuesday’s snow.
Temperatures dropped overnight, making for an icy morning commute.
The American Red Cross suggests preparing for the storm by putting together a supply kit.
A powerful nor’easter could bring blizzard conditions and more than a foot of snow to some parts of the Northeast.
Travelers at the airport Sunday night were relieved to be arriving well ahead of the forecasted storm.
Lots of snow and strong winds will combine to make dangerous travel conditions on Tuesday and into Wednesday and blizzard conditions are pos…
A round of snowfall caused some trouble Friday morning, but it also made for some beautiful late-winter scenes.
Temperatures are expected to fall sharply Friday evening, so the wet roadways will freeze over in spots.
Expect a frigid and gusty start to Monday.
According to data from T.F. Green Airport, it snows more often in April than it does not.
As winter starts giving way to spring, AAA is warning drivers to watch out for rust damage from the elements and road chemicals.
A falling icicle penetrated the roof during the past several days of ice and snow, according to the RICC authority.
A High Wind Warning was in effect until 7 p.m., with northwest wind gusts up to 55 mph possible.
“All I’ve done for the past three days is just plow and sleep, that’s it,” said plow driver Tim Kelly.
Providence is one of dozens of communities that put parking restrictions in effect so crews could plow the roads curb to curb.
Some schools were closed on Monday while others had delayed start times.