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September 22, 2022
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Downpours, strong winds possible as storms move through
Showers and isolated storms are expected between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., with the heaviest …
New photos of Neptune and rings captured by Webb Telescope
NASA released new glamour shots of our solar system’s outermost planet Wednesday taken …
Police investigating suspicious death in Taunton
Officers were called to a Tremont Street apartment around 11 p.m. for a report of …
RIPTA morning service canceled for 4 Providence high schools
Dozens of students who attend Central, Classical, Hope and Mount Pleasant high schools …
6.8 magnitude earthquake shakes Mexico, 1 dead
A powerful magnitude 6.8 earthquake has struck Mexico, causing at least two deaths, …
FDA blames baby formula crisis on outdated systems, training, other missteps
An internal FDA report examining what went wrong with the federal government’s response …
How will rising interest rates impact our finances?
The Federal Reserve has raised interest rates another three-quarters of a point in …
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Local News
Gov hopeful Ashley Kalus got tax break for Illinois homeowners after buying RI house
The Republican gubernatorial nominee has faced persistent questions about the strength of her ties to Rhode Island.
Sun Tracker: Charlestown man snaps picture of sunrise for more than a decade
Every single day for the past 12 to 13 years, he he has captured the sunrise with his cell phone.
District: 6% of Providence classrooms lack permanent teachers
The district is currently lacking permanent teachers for 105 classrooms throughout the city’s 29 schools.
Orphaned coyote pups released back into the wild
Two orphaned coyote pups found abandoned earlier this year have returned back to the wild.
Weather Today & 7 Day Forecast
Weather Alert: Downpours, T’Storms; Falling Temperatures Today
Weather Alert: Downpours, T’Storms; Falling Temperatures Today
It’s a “Weather Alert” day, as an approaching strong cold front brings stormy weather to southern New England. Numerous showers and thunderstorms are expected through the late-afternoon.  Some storms could be severe with heavy downpours and potentially damaging wind gusts. The air will be warm and muggy the first half of the day, reaching the low 70s by noon… however, as the cold front pushes through, gusty winds shift to the northwest and temperatures rapidly drop through the 60s in the afternoon. Hour by Hour // A look at the next hours’ conditions »  About 1/2″ to 1.5″ of rain is expected with isolated higher amounts. The rain tapers off by late day with clearing before sunset. That sets us up for a chilly night, with lows dipping into the mid to upper 40s. It will be even colder on Friday night. HIGH SURF ADVISORY THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Hurricane Fiona is still expected to stay well offshore of the US East Coast, but swells from the distant storm will begin to reach the coast this afternoon. Large, battering waves and dangerous rip currents are expected, with wave heights as high as 5-9 feet later today through Friday evening. HURRICANE FIONA Ocean, Bay & Beach // A look at the conditions by the coast » Of course, we also have fall arriving this evening. The Autumnal Equinox occurs at 9:04 PM EDT. Right on schedule, the coolest air since mid/late May will be moving into southern New England tonight through Saturday morning, with highs only near 60 Friday afternoon. A gusty northwest wind will add to the chilly feel. By Saturday morning, some areas could dip to the upper 30s! Pinpoint Weather 12 LinksDetailed 7-Day Forecast | Weather …
Heavy Showers, Strong Thunderstorms Today
From 12 News Meteorologist Michelle Muscatello, here is your updated 7-Day Forecast: …
12 Sports
Report: Celtics coach facing disciplinary action for violation of team rules
Prout grabs road win at Bay View
Chara signs one-day contract with Boston to retire a Bruin
Lincoln gets 5th win of season over Bay View in girls field hockey
Trending News Today
RI turns off truck tolls after judge sides with trucking industry in lawsuit
Body found at Woonsocket home identified as former mayor
Suspect charged with murdering Providence man, 75
Police: Providence DPW employee distributed drugs on the job
Man arrested aboard Block Island ferry pleads guilty to weapons charge
Today on The Rhode Show
In the Kitchen: Bacon Fat Refried Beans
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Eye on RI: welcome fall!
Support local theater at The Arctic Playhouse along with NIROPE
Roth Conversions & Taxes
Comedian Iliza Shlesinger brings the laughs to PPAC this weekend
Who To Know - Local Businesses and Their Stories
Who To Know: Masonic Grand Lodge of Rhode Island
Freemasonry is a fraternity of men who are proud to be known as Masons. With over …
Who To Know: Rivers of Hope
Rivers of Hope is a family oriented, culturally diverse, community-based organization …
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