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Winter Weather Advisory

The following areas are affected:

  • Central Middlesex County
  • Northwest Providence
  • Western Kent
  • Bristol

Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect From 3 Pm This
Afternoon To 10 Am Est Wednesday
- Locations Most Of Southern New England Away From The South
Coast.
- Hazard Types Snow Sleet And Freezing Rain.
- Accumulations Snow Accumulation Of 2 To 4 Inches Along With
A Trace To A Tenth Of An Inch Of Ice.
- Timing Snow Begins Late This Afternoon And Then Transitions To
Sleet And Freezing Rain From Southwest To Northeast During The
Overnight Hours. Then Chances To Rain Early Tomorrow Morning.
- Impacts Untreated Roads Will Be Snow Covered And Slippery
Tuesday Afternoon Into Evening Impacting Latter Half Of The
Commute. Sleet And Freezing Rain Overnight Into Tomorrow Will Be
An Issue For The Morning Rush Hour Especially Across Interior
New England. The Added Ice And Liquid Water Will Add Significant
Weight To Area Roofs.
- Visibilities One Quarter To One Half Mile At Times.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Winter Weather Advisory Is Issued When Snow And/or Ice Is
Forecast To Develop In The Affected Areas But Accumulations Are
Expected To Be Light. Any Snow Or Ice Would Result In Slippery
Conditions On Untreated Roadways And Sidewalks. When Temperatures
Are Below Freezing Motorists Need To Be Especially Careful On
Bridges And Overpasses Where Slippery Spots Can Easily Develop.

Winter Weather Advisory

The following area is affected:

  • Newport

Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect From 3 Pm This
Afternoon To 10 Am Est Wednesday
- Locations South Coastal Rhode Island And Massachusetts.
- Hazard Types Snow Sleet And Freezing Rain.
- Accumulations 1 To 3 Inches Of Snow.
- Timing Snow Begins This Evening And Then Transitions To Sleet
And Freezing Rain From South To North During The Overnight Hours
Before Changing To Rain Tomorrow Morning.
- Impacts Untreated Roads Will Be Snow Covered And Slippery This
Evening And May Impact The Tail End Of The Evening Commute.
Sleet And Freezing Rain Expected Overnight Into Tomorrow Morning
May Make For Slippery Conditions And Significant Weight On Area
Rooftops As A Transition To Rain Occurs.
- Visibilities One Quarter To One Half Mile At Times.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Winter Weather Advisory Is Issued When Snow And/or Ice Is
Forecast To Develop In The Affected Areas But Accumulations Are
Expected To Be Light. Any Snow Or Ice Would Result In Slippery
Conditions On Untreated Roadways And Sidewalks. When Temperatures
Are Below Freezing Motorists Need To Be Especially Careful On
Bridges And Overpasses Where Slippery Spots Can Easily Develop.

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