Monday, March 18, 2013
Snow and sleet are expected to fall overnight into Tuesday morning with several inches of slush and snow anticipated.
You will probably wake up Tuesday morning with several inches of snow and slush on the ground. A storm system is expected to dump snow and sleet overnight Monday into Tuesday morning, making the commute very messy and possibly slippery on the eve of spring. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory and the Weather Channel is forecasting that there could be an accumulation of 3 to 4 inches before the snow changes over to sleet and then rain around mid-morning. Precipitation should be all rain later Tuesday morning with temperatures climbing up into the low to mid 40s.
Thursday, March 7, 2013
Three of the major weather forecasters are calling for 3-7 inches of snow with some rain mix today and overnight into Friday morning in most of Rhode Island.
The National Weather Service and the Weather Channel both are calling for 3 to 7 inches of snow to fall on most of Rhode Island starting this morning and continuing overnight into Friday morning. Accuweather.com is calling the coastal storm a “sloppy mess” with accumulating snow from 3-6 inches. Most of the snowfall is expected to come overnight. Rain will mix with the snow this afternoon. A winter weather advisory from the NWS was to go into effect from 7 am Thursday to 1 pm Friday. The snow is expected to be heavy and wet with strong winds that could cause scattered power outages. Gusts of wind could reach 50 mph with most wind speeds at 20 to 30 mph. Temperatures will be in the lower 30s. The strong ocean storm is expected to pass …
Thursday, January 3, 2013
National Weather Service offers tips on dealing with extreme cold.
Thursday, January 3
Temperatures in the teens today are forecast to climb briefly into the 20s before falling again, according to The Weather Channel, with wind chill making that feel more like 10 degrees today and tomorrow. The National Weather Service has provided some tips on dealing with very cold temperatures: The National Weather Service has also posted a series of instructions for dealing with extreme cold and winter storms before, during and after.