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  • Snow pulls away this afternoon

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Snow, ice, low visibility, and wind chills. A recipe for a difficult Tuesday morning. The goods news is that the end of the snow is in sight. The bad news is that roads will be tricky through at least noontime. Snowfall rates this morning through Rhode Island and Bristol County, MA reached 0. 5 inches to 1 inch per hour, helping us reach our forecast of an additional 1-3 inches of snow through early Tuesday.
  • Second round of snow fills in tonight and will slow Tuesday AM commute

    ...- STORM TEAM 10
    As temperatures fall Monday night, snow will gradually take over for rain across Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts from the northwest to the southeast. Gusty winds will accompany the snow, which will continue through the Tuesday morning commute. Moderate snow early Tuesday. The snow showers may linger into Tuesday afternoon before pulling away. Snow wraps up midday Tuesday.
  • Accumulating snow will impact travel Sunday afternoon through early Tuesday

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Dry weather has persisted for several days, but that will change on Sunday. Low pressure has begun moving toward New England, bringing with it a messy stretch of weather including snow, sleet, and rain. Low pressure begins to redevelop along the coast. We do have several dry hours until it arrives, but with a clear, quiet night, temperatures will be able to drop considerably. Expect low 20s early Sunday morning, with temperatures around freezing or just above for the afternoon hours.
  • Wintry weather expected to disrupt travel Sunday

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Accumulating snow is in the forecast for Sunday, which could lead to travel issues. For the moment, it's not all that bad... simply dry, breezy, and cool. High pressure keeps us quiet for the first half of the weekend, but Sunday will be a different story. Low pressure moving in will create a wintry mix and a change to rain. Our main focus is on a coming coastal storm, which develops as it moves across the country.
  • Windy and possibly wintry end to the month

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    The weather mostly cooperated for Thanksgiving with temperatures mainly in 40s, but winds made it feel colder. With high pressure in control to our north, dry weather will continue into Friday. Friday hourly forecast. While wind gusts topped 40 mph in spots on Thanksgiving, they will be limited to around 20-25 mph on Friday. Friday wind gusts. This is still enough to produce rather chilly wind chills all day long, though. It will feel like the mid 30s even during the afternoon!
  • Thankful for YOU: NBC 10 viewers share beautiful nature photos, videos

    ...- JESSICA A. BOTELHO, NBC 10 NEWS
    NBC 10 News viewers are the best! Thankful for YOU: NBC 10 viewers share beautiful nature photos, videos (Viewer video submitted via Chime In) Thankful for YOU: NBC 10 viewers share beautiful nature photos, videos (Viewer photo submitted via Chime In) The slideshow we created features some of the latest photos and videos we've received that showcase the beauty of Mother Nature. Whether the fog from earlier this week......
  • Showers expected for busy travel day

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    The Wednesday before Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel days of the year, so those traveling would appreciate the weather cooperating. However, a few storms across the middle of the country may make things more difficult, despite tranquil weather here in New England. Travel forecast late Tuesday. Storms across the central and western U. S. were snagging travel late Tuesday, and those systems will shift east on Wednesday towards the Northeast.
  • Weather vs. climate. What makes each different?

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Each day a powerful storm impacts Southern New England, there tends to be two types of responses. If a storm brings cool, snowy conditions, some claim climate change is debunked. In the event a heat wave or other warm-weather type of event impacts the area, others claim climate change is verified. In truth, neither of those outcomes are true, because weather events do not directly connect to climate. So, what is weather, and how is it different than climate? Weather versus Climate. Weather.
  • Windy conditions could sideline balloons at Macy's parade

    ...- NBC 10 NEWS
    Weather could stop the iconic balloons from appearing in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Windy conditions are expected Thursday in New York City. City rules state the balloons cannot fly in sustained winds that exceed 23 mph. Wind gusts over 34 mph would also sideline the balloons. The forecast for this year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade features gusty winds, which may sideline balloons. Officials will have to monitor wind conditions and decide whether to allow the balloons to be flown.

  • ...- Robert Heim
    After the latest storm system that brought 1-2" of rain, some thunder and lightning, and gusty winds, we're going to get a break in the short week ahead in the lead up to Thanksgiving on Thursday. Only one storm, not as vigorous as the one that arrived Sunday, pushes in Wednesday afternoon with some rain showers and an increasing southwest wind. After that, Thanksgiving into Black Friday will be dry, sunny, brisk, but colder than average.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    A mostly wet and windy storm system will affect Southern New England Sunday. Some freezing rain and/or light snow may make it a little slippery to our north and west in Central and Western MA until 8 a. m. That will be followed by two days of dry, sunny, milder weather. Then another wet-weather maker is expected to arrive the day before Thanksgiving, Wednesday afternoon.
  • Wet weather in the forecast for Sunday's Patriots game

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Whether you're heading to Foxborough on Sunday or watching the game from your couch, prepare for the rain! Of course, what you'll need for an outdoor event will be different than indoors, but a period of rain could slow travel across Southern New England as well on Sunday. Low pressure approaches early Sunday. By early Sunday, light rain will have already begun. Sorry, no dry tailgating this time around! Game Day Forecast. By kickoff, rain will not be over...
  • Cool November temperatures this season stand out among recent years

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    November is one of our cooler months, but not this cold! Our average temperature this month has had hints of a December average (35 degrees) just as much as a November average (44. 5 degrees), sitting right at 40 degrees on the dot. Our Thursday has been an anomaly, with temperatures right near average thanks to also-uncommon sunshine, which helped to brighten and warm the air. As mentioned above, a typical November has an average temperature of nearly 45 degrees.
  • Frequent cloud cover contributes to a cool November

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Cool weather has dominated much of our November, and part of that has to do with the abundance of cloud cover. Clouds in November is not much of a surprise. In fact, based on the percentage of possible sunshine, November ranks lowest. The percentage here represents the "percent of possible sunshine. " We have to compare months this way, because the number of daylight hours is much less in November compared to June.
  • Last gasp of an above-average Hurricane Season

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Tropical weather is probably the last thing on your mind following a low-impact season here in Southern New England. However, the Atlantic Hurricane Season officially runs through the end of this month, and a new Tropical Storm just formed in the open Atlantic Ocean. Tropical Storm Sebastien. Sebastien is the 18th named storm of this season, and is the latest-forming storm since Otto in 2016.
  • Snow pulls away this afternoon

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Snow, ice, low visibility, and wind chills. A recipe for a difficult Tuesday morning. The goods news is that the end of the snow is in sight. The bad news is that roads will be tricky through at least noontime. Snowfall rates this morning through Rhode Island and Bristol County, MA reached 0. 5 inches to 1 inch per hour, helping us reach our forecast of an additional 1-3 inches of snow through early Tuesday.
  • Second round of snow fills in tonight and will slow Tuesday AM commute

    ...- STORM TEAM 10
    As temperatures fall Monday night, snow will gradually take over for rain across Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts from the northwest to the southeast. Gusty winds will accompany the snow, which will continue through the Tuesday morning commute. Moderate snow early Tuesday. The snow showers may linger into Tuesday afternoon before pulling away. Snow wraps up midday Tuesday.
  • Accumulating snow will impact travel Sunday afternoon through early Tuesday

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Dry weather has persisted for several days, but that will change on Sunday. Low pressure has begun moving toward New England, bringing with it a messy stretch of weather including snow, sleet, and rain. Low pressure begins to redevelop along the coast. We do have several dry hours until it arrives, but with a clear, quiet night, temperatures will be able to drop considerably. Expect low 20s early Sunday morning, with temperatures around freezing or just above for the afternoon hours.
  • Wintry weather expected to disrupt travel Sunday

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Accumulating snow is in the forecast for Sunday, which could lead to travel issues. For the moment, it's not all that bad... simply dry, breezy, and cool. High pressure keeps us quiet for the first half of the weekend, but Sunday will be a different story. Low pressure moving in will create a wintry mix and a change to rain. Our main focus is on a coming coastal storm, which develops as it moves across the country.
  • Windy and possibly wintry end to the month

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    The weather mostly cooperated for Thanksgiving with temperatures mainly in 40s, but winds made it feel colder. With high pressure in control to our north, dry weather will continue into Friday. Friday hourly forecast. While wind gusts topped 40 mph in spots on Thanksgiving, they will be limited to around 20-25 mph on Friday. Friday wind gusts. This is still enough to produce rather chilly wind chills all day long, though. It will feel like the mid 30s even during the afternoon!
  • Thankful for YOU: NBC 10 viewers share beautiful nature photos, videos

    ...- JESSICA A. BOTELHO, NBC 10 NEWS
    NBC 10 News viewers are the best! Thankful for YOU: NBC 10 viewers share beautiful nature photos, videos (Viewer video submitted via Chime In) Thankful for YOU: NBC 10 viewers share beautiful nature photos, videos (Viewer photo submitted via Chime In) The slideshow we created features some of the latest photos and videos we've received that showcase the beauty of Mother Nature. Whether the fog from earlier this week......
  • Showers expected for busy travel day

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    The Wednesday before Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel days of the year, so those traveling would appreciate the weather cooperating. However, a few storms across the middle of the country may make things more difficult, despite tranquil weather here in New England. Travel forecast late Tuesday. Storms across the central and western U. S. were snagging travel late Tuesday, and those systems will shift east on Wednesday towards the Northeast.
  • Weather vs. climate. What makes each different?

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Each day a powerful storm impacts Southern New England, there tends to be two types of responses. If a storm brings cool, snowy conditions, some claim climate change is debunked. In the event a heat wave or other warm-weather type of event impacts the area, others claim climate change is verified. In truth, neither of those outcomes are true, because weather events do not directly connect to climate. So, what is weather, and how is it different than climate? Weather versus Climate. Weather.
  • Windy conditions could sideline balloons at Macy's parade

    ...- NBC 10 NEWS
    Weather could stop the iconic balloons from appearing in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Windy conditions are expected Thursday in New York City. City rules state the balloons cannot fly in sustained winds that exceed 23 mph. Wind gusts over 34 mph would also sideline the balloons. The forecast for this year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade features gusty winds, which may sideline balloons. Officials will have to monitor wind conditions and decide whether to allow the balloons to be flown.

  • ...- Robert Heim
    After the latest storm system that brought 1-2" of rain, some thunder and lightning, and gusty winds, we're going to get a break in the short week ahead in the lead up to Thanksgiving on Thursday. Only one storm, not as vigorous as the one that arrived Sunday, pushes in Wednesday afternoon with some rain showers and an increasing southwest wind. After that, Thanksgiving into Black Friday will be dry, sunny, brisk, but colder than average.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    A mostly wet and windy storm system will affect Southern New England Sunday. Some freezing rain and/or light snow may make it a little slippery to our north and west in Central and Western MA until 8 a. m. That will be followed by two days of dry, sunny, milder weather. Then another wet-weather maker is expected to arrive the day before Thanksgiving, Wednesday afternoon.
  • Wet weather in the forecast for Sunday's Patriots game

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Whether you're heading to Foxborough on Sunday or watching the game from your couch, prepare for the rain! Of course, what you'll need for an outdoor event will be different than indoors, but a period of rain could slow travel across Southern New England as well on Sunday. Low pressure approaches early Sunday. By early Sunday, light rain will have already begun. Sorry, no dry tailgating this time around! Game Day Forecast. By kickoff, rain will not be over...
  • Cool November temperatures this season stand out among recent years

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    November is one of our cooler months, but not this cold! Our average temperature this month has had hints of a December average (35 degrees) just as much as a November average (44. 5 degrees), sitting right at 40 degrees on the dot. Our Thursday has been an anomaly, with temperatures right near average thanks to also-uncommon sunshine, which helped to brighten and warm the air. As mentioned above, a typical November has an average temperature of nearly 45 degrees.
  • Frequent cloud cover contributes to a cool November

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Cool weather has dominated much of our November, and part of that has to do with the abundance of cloud cover. Clouds in November is not much of a surprise. In fact, based on the percentage of possible sunshine, November ranks lowest. The percentage here represents the "percent of possible sunshine. " We have to compare months this way, because the number of daylight hours is much less in November compared to June.
  • Last gasp of an above-average Hurricane Season

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Tropical weather is probably the last thing on your mind following a low-impact season here in Southern New England. However, the Atlantic Hurricane Season officially runs through the end of this month, and a new Tropical Storm just formed in the open Atlantic Ocean. Tropical Storm Sebastien. Sebastien is the 18th named storm of this season, and is the latest-forming storm since Otto in 2016.
  • Below-average temperatures to continue this week

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Temperatures have trended below average for much of November, which is still on track as the 4th coolest start to the month through this date. With a coastal storm to our north, temperatures have continued to remain on the cool side. Wrap-around showers continue early Tuesday. The coastal low that produced some showers today has pulled away, but wrapping around it will be more showers early Tuesday.

  • ...- R.J. HEIM, STORM TEAM 10
    We'll be clipped with a coastal storm as it whistles past Southern New England through Monday. The latest guidance model info keeps most of the rain confined to southeastern Massachusetts, although there may be some drizzle, passing shower, or even freezing drizzle to the N&W of Providence through Monday morning. Otherwise, it'll be cloudy and gusty. A secondary area of low pressure getting pulled along as that storm goes by may bring some steadier rain Monday night through Tuesday midday.
  • No surprise: This November is one of the coolest starts on record

    ...- Anthony Macari
    This may come as no surprise, but the recent cold stretch this November is well out of the ordinary. As far as temperature records go, there's only a few other months of November with a cooler first 14 days compared to our 2019. The chilly fall air isn't just for Southern New England, either. Up and down the East Coast, many locations are experiencing a top 10 coldest start to the month of November through the first 14 days. November Chill.
  • How much damage from wind gusts changes with the seasons

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Now that the weather has quieted down, let's go back and review some recent wind events as we transition from the warm season to the cool season. Back in October, we were impacted by three specific wind events! So what leads to wind creating such a problem, anyhow? Mature trees have many leaves, which add up in weight. A mature tree contains thousands of leaves, sometimes hundreds of thousands!
  • Arctic air sets records in Southern New England

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Cold temperatures have been unrelenting across Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts as a bubble of high pressure remains over the region. We're not dealing with snowflakes any more, but in their place is record cold, which makes it feel like we're in January rather than November. For this reason, Wednesday remains a Weather Alert Day. Temperatures remain below freezing in many locations. Temperatures Wednesday afternoon were only in the upper 20s and low 30s.
  • Record-breaking cold Wednesday

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    What month is it again? November or January? The temperature suggests the latter. Early Wednesday morning, temperatures bottomed out in the upper teens and low 20s. In fact, we broke our previous low temperature record in Providence. The previous record of 20 degrees has been broken by 19 by 7 a. m. As for the rest of the day, you'd better get used to the chill!
  • Weather Alert Day: Snow ends, icy spots develop as temperatures fall to record lows

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Temperatures are falling across Southern New England, which will allow for anything wet or slushy to turn icy Tuesday night. Snow accumulation this afternoon has been relatively minor, with a coating of snow on grassy surfaces and vehicles. Even after the snow will end, roads will not instantly become dry again. With temperatures rapidly falling through the 30s and 20s overnight, any wet spots will become icy. Temperatures Wednesday morning will break record lows.
  • Snow arrives by Tuesday afternoon commute, record cold follows

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    While Veterans Day has been beautiful with a mainly sunny sky and above-average temperatures, a major temperature drop is coming to Southern New England - and it's closer than you think. We have back-to-back Weather Alert Days on Tuesday and Wednesday with both snow and arctic air in the forecast. Temperatures will be dependent on a cold front, and because we're still ahead of it, warm air remains for Veterans Day and overnight. Warm air precedes a strong cold front.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    It's still a little early for this to be happening, with official Winter not arriving more than a month from now, but snow and Arctic cold in Wisconsin is pushing towards Southern New England. It won't get here until Tuesday midday, with morning rain possibly changing to a mix/light snow event in the afternoon. Guidance models right now are not calling for a lot, and I don't expect that will change too much. However, once that moves away, bitter cold January-like air will invade the area.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    While it's still only mid-November, we just had the coldest weather of the season so far with Saturday morning's lows in the 15-25 degree range. In fact, Worcester tied a Record Low at 15 degrees! Milder air returns for Sunday and Monday. But another storm system is expected to bring rain that may change to snow by the afternoon. Historically, systems like this don't bring a lot of snow: a wave of Low Pressure develops along a cold front sweeping in from Pennsylvania.
  • Below-average temperatures to continue into this weekend

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    The feel of winter came a bit early to Southern New England, with temperatures well below normal and gusty winds. As of Friday afternoon, temperatures were only in the 30s across the area! Friday afternoon temperatures. However, despite this chill... no records will be set from this cold. Our temperatures were actually a decent amount milder right around midnight, which will be the official high temperatures for the day. Friday high temperatures.
  • Rain overnight will usher in the coldest air of the season

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Temperatures were finally at seasonal levels on Thursday, but they will soon take a tumble. An approaching cold front is set to bring in an early-winter type of air mass to Southern New England for the next couple of days. Rainfall Thursday night. Rain is the primary precipitation type out of this system, and it will fall steadily for a few hours overnight. The other component here is the snowfall.
  • Chilly, winter-like air arrives late-week

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Old Man Winter appears to be knocking on the door a bit early this year! After a stretch of cool but pleasant fall weather, a frontal system is set to cross the region, producing periods of rain, and perhaps a few snowflakes as well. We begin with dry weather and filtered sunshine early Thursday before clouds start to increase and thicken. RPM 4km Forecast. png. Low pressure will begin to organize to our west, and start to drag a cold front toward the region later Thursday.
  • Few showers on the way today

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Are you ready for some more rain? Few scattered showers are on the way for the rest of your Tuesday. Early in the day, off and on rain has contributed to the overall gloomy look of the day. So how much longer can we expect the rain to last? Well, today is not the day to rake the leaves or clean the gutters. Rain can be expected through at least the evening commute, which we know now falls after the sunset (thanks, Daylight Saving Time).
  • First taste of winter arrives late this week

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Temperatures have been fairly consistent for several days, but that changes soon. A few showers arrive on Tuesday: the first shot comes in the morning as a coastal system grazes us, and the second chance for showers will be in the afternoon as a cold front crosses. Tuesday showers. Though Tuesday will feature slightly above-average temperatures, a rapid cool-down is expected late in the week that will bring winter-like temperatures and precipitation. Daily High Temperatures.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    After a few Saturday overnight rain showers, the rest of the weekend will be sunny and dry. Average high this time of year is 58. We'll be more than 5 degrees below that average, along with chillier that average nights too. The next chance of rain showers is overnight Monday into Tuesday.
  • October 2019 was a wet and mild month

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    We continue our march through fall, and with October now in the books, let's take a look at the data to see how 2019 stacks up against Octobers of the past. Based on precipitation and temperature, October was above-average. October 2019 based on temperatures. Our temperatures ranged from 83 to 36 degrees. The average temperature was 55. 6, two full degrees over the 1981-2010 average of 53. 6.
  • Halloween will be showery and breezy

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Rain showers are expected off and on throughout the day, and some relief in that rain may come as trick-or-treaters get ready to head outdoors. However, it will be a good idea to have the light rain jacket handy just in case. Trick or Treat Forecast. One positive to this year's Halloween forecast is the mild, and at times humid, air in place. Temperatures remain in the upper 60s through much of the night, so layers under a costume won't be necessary.
  • A look back: 2011 Halloween Nor'easter

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    In today's edition of "it could always be worse," how about a white Halloween? Sure, there's a chance for showers in the forecast this Halloween, but it's better than snow this time of year! In 2011, however, winter (briefly) came early. October 29-30, 2011 snowfall. On October 29th, 2011, rain changed to snow at night, accumulating a record 1. 1" for the date at T. F. Green Airport in Warwick. It snowed overnight another 1. 2" into the morning hours, then the sun came out. A total of 2.
  • Rain and wind to create a Halloween scare

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Each year, the only scary thing about Halloween should be the costumes, but for this year, Mother Nature has plans of her own. Periods of rain are expected to impact the hours right around trick-or-treating, and gusty winds will come as well, which makes Halloween a Weather Alert Day in Southern New England. Rain moves in. Periods of steady rain will develop Thursday afternoon, with scattered showers continuing on through the evening.
  • Seven years later: Superstorm Sandy

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    It's been seven years since Hurricane Sandy struck on October 29, 2012, and gained the name "Superstorm. " Based on the structure of the storm and the damage it caused, it was a deserving moniker. Sandy began as a traditional hurricane,gaining energy from the warm waters of the Caribbean and moving northward along the Gulf Stream. NASA Terra Satellite view of Hurricane Sandy.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    The storm system that brought 1-3" of rain, localized flooding in poor drainage areas (think storm drains and catch basins clogged with fallen leaves), and 30-50 mph winds along coastal areas, has moved out to sea. However a persistent NE flow of air will bring more clouds than sun to start the week, with the chance of some showers or drizzle at times.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    A storm system, spawned from what was once Tropical Storm Olga, is developing and pushing in this director, getting here Sunday mid-afternoon, but exiting by mid-evening. Strong gusty winds out of the ESE 20-40 mph will impact the area, along with 1-2" of rain. The next significant system is expected to arrive on Halloween. That'll be followed by colder but drier weather into next weekend.
  • Some communities in Southern New England are waiting for their first frost

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    While we've experienced some chilly nights across Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts this September and October, not all of them have produced a frost for every town or city. To qualify as a frost, the air temperature, as measured a few feet off the ground, must be at least 36 degrees or colder. That's because the difference between the temperature at the sensor's height and the ground can be up to 4 degrees.
  • Fantastic fall weather precedes chances for rain this weekend

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Conditions have been near-perfect for the last few days across Southern New England, with plenty of sunshine and temperatures above average. High pressure is in control just south of New England, providing dry and pleasant weather. Temperatures have trended above average. Quiet weather continues for Thursday afternoon. When low pressure drags a cold front through on Friday, our first change to the forecast will only be increased cloud cover. Cloud cover increases on Friday.
  • One year later: North Providence/Lincoln & Norton tornadoes

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    On this date one year ago, a tornado touched down in Rhode Island, the first in six years at the time. Powerful thunderstorms developed and moved towards the state in the afternoon, first producing a tornado in North Providence around 3:30pm. Storm Team 10 first alerted you to the threat the moment the Tornado Warning was issued. The tornado's path length was 1. 5 miles, and it moved from North Providence into Lincoln in just three minutes.
  • Peak fall color on display in Southern New England

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Beautiful foliage is on display across Rhode Island and southeast Massachusetts as we near the end of October. Foliage across New England. While many locations north of us are now past peak, vibrant color can now be found in much of Southern New England. NBC 10 Viewers have been sending in pictures using Chime In, and you can do so as well by clicking this link to submit to our weather page. You can also submit pictures specific to autumn below:
  • Orionid Meteor Shower will be visible this week

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    If we can catch a break from the cloudy weather, then our night sky has a treat in store for us. The Orionid Meteor Shower actually peaked Monday night into Tuesday morning, but it is active from October 2 through November 7. Meteors become visible as the Earth passes through debris left behind from Halley's Comet. Orionid Meteor Shower.
  • Remnants of Nestor could produce showers overnight

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    So far, this weekend has been nothing short of spectacular for fall weather. On the chilly side, sure, but only just below average for this time of the year. That's makes for a perfect day for fall activities, such as the 29th Annual Bowen's Wharf Seafood Festival, which wraps up today. Sunday is the last day of the Bowen's Wharf Seafood Festival. However, not all is bright and sunny.
  • Fall color nearing peak in Southern New England

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    October is moving along swiftly, and the trees continue to change color across the area; or at least, those that still have their leaves. Frigid temperatures and strong winds are the easiest way to end a foliage season early. While it hasn't been especially cold, two powerful coastal storms over the past two weeks have brought gusty winds that stripped some trees of their color. Despite that, there are still plenty of trees left with color to be found in Southern New England.
  • Gusty winds continue following record-breaking storm

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Damaging wind gusts have mostly ended in Southern New England, but it remains breezy for Thursday night and Friday. The storm reached its lowest pressure early Thursday morning around 4:00am, when the pressure in Providence fell to 977 mb, the lowest it's ever been in the month of October. Peak lowest pressure in Southern New England. The pressure has been lower at other points in history, such as when Hurricane Donna moved over Southern New England in 1960.
  • NOAA releases Winter Outlook, calls for warmer-than-average conditions

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Most of the U. S. is in for a milder winter, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Warmer-than-average temperatures are forecast for much of the U. S. this winter according to NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center. NOAA Temperature Outlook. No part of the U. S. is favored to have below-average temperatures through winter, which is the three-month period of December, January, and February.
  • Damaging winds move out, but staying windy Thursday

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    The overnight storm is mostly behind us, with the bulk of the rain and worst damaging winds moving north. Although brief, this storm packed quite the punch, breaking low pressure records and reaching hurricane force wind speeds. Our highest winds throughout southern New England were found along the outer coast, but high winds tore through nearly every community overnight. Highest wind gusts recorded in southern New England. Local wind gusts reach hurricane force winds.
  • High winds, heavy rain continue overnight

    ...- STORM TEAM 10
    Heavy rain continues overnight along with gusty winds, and the chance of some street flooding and power outages into Thursday. The storm has come together as two areas of low pressure -- one along the coast and one over the Great Lakes -- strengthens as one. GFS model shows two areas of low pressure converge over southern New England close to midnight. PNG. Rain and gusty winds started to impact Rhode Island after 8pm, with the worst arriving after 10pm.
  • NWS radar catches monarch butterflies migrating

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    'Tis the season for migration, and for monarch butterflies and dragonflies in particular. The National Weather Service shared a radar image on Facebook that appears to capture large numbers of monarch butterflies and dragonflies begin carried north along a cold front earlier this month. The yellow and red colors show the highest concentration of butterflies and dragonflies on the leading edge, with more of them following behind indicated by the green color to the north.
  • Heavy rain and gusty winds arrive Wednesday night

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Pristine fall weather continues for Tuesday and part of Wednesday, but for the second week in a row, we have some periods of heavy rain to track. A strong area of low pressure will develop, with rain beginning Wednesday evening. Headlines for our next rain-maker. Rain and gusty winds will be the primary factors with this storm, but it's a different setup than last week's event. This time around, we have two areas of low pressure to track.
  • Full Hunter's Moon peeks through the clouds

    ...- Anthony Macari
    Another full moon has come and gone, and despite cloud cover Sunday night, NBC 10 viewers took some great photos and shared them with us via Chime In! October's full moon, called the Hunter's Moon, reached its fullness at 5:08 pm Sunday night. The Hunter's Moon always follows September's Harvest Moon, and appears shortly after sunset. For this reason, both full moons are helpful to farmers and hunters alike who need more light to finish the day's work.
  • Fall nor'easter moves in midweek

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Just in case last week's rain wasn't enough for you, more is on the way. Yet another fall nor'easter is approaching for Wednesday night, providing a round of soaking rain, thunder, high winds, and potentially dangerous conditions in the ocean. A few things to know about the midweek storm: It will be a fast mover. In under 24 hours, the storm will move in and out. Winds will be a concern, and will linger through Friday. Gale warnings may be necessary for the open ocean. Timing:

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    A pesky fast-moving weather system, a weak area of Low Pressure, will clip Southern New England in the morning hours of the Monday holiday. There'll be more rain towards the coast, Cape and islands than in areas north and west of Providence. The system will push quickly past the region, so sunshine expected more away from the coast, but eve there by the afternoon.
  • Subtropical Storm Melissa forms off the New England coast

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    The coastal area of low pressure that has impacted our weather in Southern New England for the past few days finally has an official name from the National Hurricane Center. Subtropical Storm Melissa is over 200 miles away from Block Island, but has been battering the coast for most of this week. Location and information regarding Subtropical Storm Melissa. Melissa has quite the long name, and it relates to the storm remaining in place for several days far from the tropics.
  • Weather Alert Day: Storm brings gusty winds and showers

    ...- STORM TEAM 10
    A coastal storm will reach peak intensity Thursday, producing showers, gusty winds, and near-steady temperatures across Southern New England. Winds have already gusted 30-40 mph inland, and to 60 mph on Nantucket. Wind Reports across Southern New England and Cape Cod. On Friday, the wind my be slightly weather, but still rather strong. Winds gusts will still be strong Friday afternoon.
  • Weather Alert Day: Coastal storm will bring days of rain

    ...- NBC 10 NEWS
    Storm Team 10 is tracking a coastal storm that will bring rain to Southern New England through the end of the week. The strongest winds and highest rain totals will be found along the south coast and to the east from today through early Saturday. The strongest winds and rain will likely come on Thursday. Rain will be widespread early Thursday.
  • Portsmouth tornado a rarity among Rhode Island tornadoes

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Nearly a week has passed since a tornado touched down in Portsmouth, RI. The tornado was a low-end EF-0, which was still enough to knock down trees and power lines. Portsmouth, RI tornado on Oct. 2, 2019. Tornadoes in Rhode Island are rare enough already, but the one in Portsmouth set a new record as the first tornado in Newport County, RI since records began in 1950. There are 13 total tornadoes on record since 1950 in Rhode Island, but two of those have come in less than a year.
  • Showers tonight and through the week from coastal low

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    It's a warm and humid early October day across Southern New England while we wait for a cold front to approach the region. Ahead of the front, the wind is coming from the southwest, which has led to milder temperatures and a sticky feel to the air. Temperatures have been mild for early October. While isolated showers will be possible all afternoon and evening, the bulk of the rain from the cold front will arrive well after dark.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    Monday will be milder than average, more humid and breezy too until cool front rains arrive at night. Tuesday's the transition day to either drier weather, or a developing coastal storm. Storms like this are head-scratchers particularly when two guidance models, the GFS and the European, do not agree on the same solution. The GFS brings the developing storm just south of Southern New England as of this writing Sunday night, spinning rain and wind our way for a couple of days.
  • First frost of the season expected in Southern New England tonight

    ...- Anthony Macari
    True fall weather has arrived in Southern New England, and temperatures have been cooling off more and more. High pressure will settle in Friday night, promoting a clear sky across the region and elevating our risk for frost. If you have plants you'd like to protect, bring them inside or cover them up, just to be safe. A clear sky will help temperatures drop. With a clear sky, heat is able to radiate away from the Earth more easily, which allows temperatures to fall below average.
  • NWS confirms EF-0 tornado touched down in Portsmouth Wednesday afternoon

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    A preliminary damage survey by a team from the National Weather Service confirms an EF-0 with maximum winds of 65 mph touched down in Portsmouth, RI Wednesday afternoon at 4:45pm as a cold front passed through. The tornado was 60 yards wide with a quarter-mile path length, and was only on the ground for one minute. Many photos of rotating clouds and debris came to NBC 10 through Chime In as the event unfolded. Possible funnel cloud in Portsmouth (Darlene Franco via Chime In)
  • Rotation, strong gusty winds in Portsmouth

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Between 4:30pm and 5:00pm Thursday, a strong cold front brought gusty winds to Rhode Island. Along this gust front, rotation in the clouds was noted by many viewers. Damage from gusty winds was also noted in the Portsmouth area. Damage in Portsmouth (Jackie Pacheco) While velocity and radar data support straight-line wind damage over a tornado, it's possible that a low-end tornado did cause this damage on a micro scale, which led it to be missed by local radar.
  • Afternoon showers will lead to dramatic temperature fall

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    To those who love fall weather, your time has come! A strong cold front sags south on Wednesday, producing major temperature differences across New England. Temperatures early Wednesday were roughly 10 degrees above average. With temperatures win the upper 70s and even low 80s, it's been a mild October morning and early afternoon. However, we're just on the cusp of an abnormally hot air mass. Temperatures are much warmer to the southwest.
  • September ends as a dry, seasonably warm month

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    While September 2019 will be remembered as a dry month, it wasn't one for the record books, either. Abnormally dry conditions developed for parts of Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts, but periods of rain at the end of the month prevented this past September from being a top-5 all-time driest month. Rain totals for September in Providence. With 1. 16" of rain where records are kept at T. F. Green Airport, the rainfall deficit for the month was 2. 76".
  • Hurricane Lorenzo targeting the Azores

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Hurricane Lorenzo has taken a different track from most tropical systems this season. After departing Africa on September 22nd as a tropical wave, Lorenzo formed later that day and became a hurricane on the 25th. Lorenzo was a Category 2 Hurricane Monday evening. The intensity of Lorenzo has had it's extreme highs and lows. It reached major hurricane strength on September 26th, and, following a period of weakening, rapidly intensified to a Category 5 hurricane on Sunday.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    Monday is the last day of September, 2019. October arrives Tuesday. This year, as has often happened in past Octobers, the beginning of the month can bring the last gasp of warm weather. By Wednesday, we may hit 80 with higher humidity. Then big changes are coming for the rest of the week. In the past, the other shoe has dropped in the month of October. Take 2018 for example. The month started in the 70's, even 83 degrees on the 10th.
  • Fall colors starting to appear in Southern New England

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Fall is officially here, and while temperatures have been up and down, the colors are starting to appear in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts. Cool nights and sunny, dry days are the perfect recipe for vibrant foliage. We've had a bit of warmth at times, but also crisp nights to balance things out. Extent of foliage in New England as of September 27.
  • Showers and thunderstorms to impact the evening commute

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    A cold front will approach Southern New England today, bringing some needed rain but not at an ideal time. Storm will approach during the afternoon from the west to the east. Sunshine this morning will gradually be replaced with cloud cover during the afternoon as a the front sags towards the area from west to east. Showers and thunderstorms could slow down the evening commute. Most showers and embedded thunderstorms will come during a 4-7pm time period, right during the evening commute.
  • This September ranks among the driest so far

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Rainfall has been scarce so far this month, so much so that the U. S. Drought Monitor has placed portions of Rhode Island and southeast Massachusetts in the Abnormally Dry category. Abnormally dry conditions in RI and southeast MA. While not an official drought yet, if we continue to miss out on rainfall, that may become a reality. T. F. Green received roughly a quarter of an inch of rain early this first week of fall, but our September monthly total still only stands at 0. 80".
  • Does early Fall warmth qualify as an Indian Summer?

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    With temperatures warm and summer-like for the first couple days of fall, you might be thinking we're having an Indian Summer! However, it might be a bit premature for that. True, and Indian Summer is a period of above-average warmth that occurs in fall, but there's one condition we haven't reached yet. Indian Summer information. An Indian Summer refers to warm conditions when Native Americans would hunt, after having hunkered down on a few previously colder nights.
  • The difference between meteorological and astronomical seasons

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Fall is officially here! But hold on just a second, if you asked a meteorologist or a climatologist when fall arrived, they would answer with September 1st. What's the difference? It actually comes down to two definitions for our four seasons - winter, spring, summer, and fall. Astronomical seasons are the most common. They are based on the Earth's rotation around the sun.

  • ...- R.J. HEIM, NBC 10 NEWS
    The temperatures will still feel like Summer Monday, well into the 80's away from the immediate coast, even though Autumn officially arrives at 3:50 early in the morning. Long range extended Guidance Models suggest that temperatures, while at times cooling off during the day into the 70's, will still be above average into the 1st week of October. If that holds true, we may experience 80's again at that time.
  • Water temperatures are still mild for the last weekend of summer

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    It's the last official weekend of summer, and the weather certainly looks to cooperate with high temperatures in the upper 70s and low 80s for Saturday and Sunday. Sounds like perfect beach weather! While temperatures will be as warm as a typical summer day, the water temperatures have started to cool slightly. Sea surface temperatures around Southern New England. However, there isn't much difference across many Southern New England beaches because water temperatures are fairly slow to cool.
  • Abnormally dry conditions develop in parts of Southern New England

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    The writing has been on the wall, and following a month-and-a-half of below-average rainfall, parts of Southern New England are now abnormally dry. The U. S. Drought Monitor highlights portions of Kent, Bristol, and Providence Counties in RI, and Bristol County, MA as being in the Abnormally Dry category. Areas that are Abnormally Dry are shaded in yellow.
  • Major Hurricane Humberto nears Bermuda; part of active stretch in tropics

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Category 3 Hurricane Humberto will make it's closest approach to Bermuda today, moving just north of the island. Satellite loop of Humberto. Tropical storm-force winds have already reached Bermuda, and hurricane force winds are expected tonight. Storm surge and large, breaking waves will produce coastal flooding through the day and overnight. Forecast track for Hurricane Humberto. Humberto will finally race off on Thursday, so conditions will improve from there.
  • Fall foliage season just beginning in Northern New England

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Ready for a road trip? It's still technically summer, but if you're looking for fall foliage, you'll need to head north! Peak foliage, even in Northern New England, still could be a couple week away, but some color is already starting to show through in northern Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. fall foliage. PNG. Cool nights and sunny, dry fall days are the perfect recipe for vibrant foliage.
  • Dry start to September

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    So far, September has been a comfortable month, great for outdoor activity! Part of that has been the shortage of rain. September rainfall so far this month. Providence has only recorded just over a half inch of rain so far in the first half of the month. Last September, nearly 8 inches of rain fell, which was the 7th highest amount for the month on record. Even 2017 recorded a respectable amount of rain, just shy of the average of 3. 92". Rainfall by month since June.

  • ...- R.J. HEIM, STORM TEAM 10
    We've been spared so far this hurricane season with any direct impacts from tropical weather systems. The latest named storm, "Humberto", is forecast to strengthen into a Category 2 hurricane as it makes a right hand turn from the southeast coast of the U. S. A. this week. It may impact Bermuda late Wednesday night, early Thursday morning as it makes its closest approach there.
  • Tropical Storm Humberto departs Bahamas

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Tropical Storm Humberto has complicated recovery efforts in The Bahamas just two weeks after Hurricane Dorian devastated the region. While the worst of Humberto has remained east of the northwestern Bahamas, gusty winds and heavy rain still impacted the islands. Satellite loop of Tropical Storm Humberto Saturday night. Humberto already lies north of The Bahamas, and, more good news, it is expected to mostly avoid the United States as well.
  • More than just a full moon

    ...- Kelly Bates, Storm Team 10
    It may not seem like a big deal, after all, full moons happen roughly every 29 days. Today happens to be one of them. Moon Phases. Add in the superstition and lore surrounding Friday the 13th, and you have a rare combination of events! My Dad's Cat Paul. So, what’s so special about this one? First of all, it is the Harvest Moon which is defined as the full moon closest to the Autumnal Equinox. This year it falls on Monday, September 23.
  • Tropical threat brewing in the Caribbean

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Nearly two weeks have passed since Hurricane Dorian made landfall as a Category 5 hurricane in The Bahamas, and now a region still recovering is contenting with yet another storm. Potential Tropical Cyclone Nine is starting to come together, and if it reaches tropical storm strength, it will become Humberto. Satellite loop as the system slowly organizes. The National Hurricane Center begins forecasting for "potential" tropical systems to give more lead time to areas at risk.
  • The formation of frost and how it affects EEE

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI
    Summer has yet to officially end, and yet the threat of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) already has some folks clamoring for a good frost. However, frost alone may not be the complete answer to eradicating mosquitoes that are infected with EEE. First, let's talk about what frost is. Frost forms when water vapor in the air is frozen onto a surface where the temperatures is at or below freezing. Temperature is key in these types of situations.
  • Harvest Moon set to rise Friday the 13th

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Late this week, a full moon will rise once again. And like many others, this one has a unique name and story behind it. The "Harvest Moon" is the full moon that occurs closest to the Fall Equinox, about two weeks before or after it. This year's Harvest Moon rises at 7:11pm on Friday, the 13th. It was already unique for its name, but it's even more notable now for rising on a day typically associated with bad luck and creepiness.
  • Slight shower risk midweek

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Are you ready for fall yet? Some are, some aren't. Either way, you get to taste both this week. This week feels like we are in between seasons. Starting off the week with below average temperatures reminiscent of late September, we transition back to muggy summertime by Wednesday and Thursday. Here is where we are headed midweek: Now, while we are calling for isolated showers Wednesday and Thursday, this chance is very slight. 4 day rain chance is quite minimal.
  • Summer 2019 weather in review

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Fall won't officially begin until Monday, September 23, the day of the Autumnal Equinox, but as far as meteorologists are concerned, summer is already in the books. For stat-keeping purposes, meteorologists define the summer season as the three-month period of June, July, and August, or June 1st through August 31st. This summer, overall rainfall was 10. 51", or just 0. 02" below average. Rainfall this summer compared to average. We can dig a little bit deeper than that, though.
  • Hurricane Dorian departs for Nova Scotia

    ...- Anthony Macari
    Hurricane Dorian's last impacts in New England and the United States come to an end Saturday morning as the system races off northeast towards Nova Scotia. Considering Dorian remained as much as 150+ miles offshore from Nantucket, Rhode Island and southeast Massachusetts were mostly grazed by the system. It was Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, and Nantucket that saw the biggest impacts, with 1-3" of rain and wind gusts over 60 mph.
  • Dorian makes closest approach to Southern New England late tonight

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Hurricane Dorian has been making headlines for nearly two weeks now, as it was first classified as a Tropical Depression on August 24th, and later a Hurricane on August 28th. Now, after making landfall at Saint Lucia, The Bahamas, and Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, Dorian will begin to move northeast and south of Southern New England. This will bring some gusty winds and rain to the region.
  • Hurricane Dorian local impact: Latest

    ...- MARK SEARLES, STORMTEAM10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    No real changes to our thinking regarding the local impacts of Hurricane Dorian. Still looks like rain showers are possible beginning Friday afternoon, reaching peak coverage and intensity early Saturday morning. Ferry service is likely to be interrupted Friday into the weekend for Block Island as well as Martha's Vineyard & Nantucket.
  • Cape Cod under tropical storm watch ahead of Dorian's effects

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    New England will be next up to feel the wrath of Hurricane Dorian by the end of the week. Ahead of high winds, rip currents, high surf, and rain, a Tropical Storm Watch has been posted through the weekend for the Cape, islands, and southern New England maritimes. A tropical storm watch is posted for the Cape, islands, and maritimes through 5am Sunday. Friday night through Saturday morning and even beyond, winds will be screaming and churning up the water.
  • Dorian Local Impacts: Update

    ...- MARK SEARLES, STORMTEAM10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    Hurricane Dorian is expected to make its closest approach to the southern New England coastline early Saturday morning, roughly 175 miles E/SE of Block Island and about 125 miles SE of Nantucket. Forecast track from the HWRF model from the National Hurricane Center. Dorian makes its closest approach Saturday morning, still about 125 miles SE of Nantucket.
  • Dorian turns north, could have local implications

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    After unfortunately ravaging The Bahamas as a major hurricane, Dorian has begun to weaken but has also grown in size. While it remains off the coast of Florida, in just three days it could be close to Southern New England. Early Monday afternoon, Dorian was moving slow but starting a turn northward. The storm's eye is no longer easily detectable, and winds have fallen to 110 mph.
  • Dorian's potential local impacts

    ...- MARK SEARLES, STORM TEAM 10 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
    As Hurricane Dorian slowly loses a bit a of strength (thank goodness! ) over the next few days, the storm WILL track farther to the north by week's end. Official National Hurricane Center track of Dorian. As typically happens in tropical systems, the wind field WILL expand as the storm moves into a more northern latitude and weakens. What does this mean for us?
  • Scattered showers and thunderstorms possible on Labor Day

    ...- Anthony Macari
    To this point, our Labor Day weekend has been quiet and uneventful with temperatures at or below seasonal values. No complaints there! However, the fun will, at times, come to an end on Labor Day itself. Low pressure approaches early Labor Day. High pressure that has been parked overhead for most of the weekend departs to the east early Monday, giving way for an approaching area of low pressure.
  • Dorian makes landfall as second-strongest Atlantic hurricane on record

    ...- Anthony Macari
    Hurricane Dorian joined exclusive company on Sunday, but not in a good way. It became a Category 5 hurricane in the morning and continued to strengthen from there. Prior to landfall at Elbow Cay in The Abaco Islands of The Bahamas, Dorian's winds reached 185 mph. There's only one hurricane on record with stronger winds in the Atlantic basin, and that would be Hurricane Allen from back in 1980. However, Allen weakened to a Category 3 storm before making landfall.
  • Hurricane Dorian upgraded to Category 5 hurricane

    ...- Anthony Macari
    Hurricane Dorian continues to slowly move westward Sunday morning, and with a well-defined eye and symmetrical circulation, has been upgraded to a Category 5 hurricane. Satellite image of Dorian early Sunday. The eye will likely make landfall over the Abaco Islands in The Bahamas later today, bringing life-threatening winds, storm surge, and flooding rain. Hurricane Dorian early Sunday morning. Winds have been measured at 160 mph, just over the threshold for Category 5.
  • Hurricane Dorian poses major threat to Bahamas, southeast U.S.

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Hurricane Dorian continues to slowly move westward Sunday morning, remaining as a strong category 4 hurricane with winds of 150 mph in the eye wall. The center of circulation is just over 50 miles from the Abaco Islands in The Bahamas. Satellite loop of Dorian Saturday night. Because Hurricane Dorian has been moving slowly, the track has shifted. A sharp turn north is expected but a landfall is still possible from Florida north to North Carolina through the middle of the week.
  • Mostly dry Labor Day weekend ahead

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Time to gas up the grill.... Doing some weekend grilling? You won't have to worry about showers Saturday or Sunday. Get ready for a pretty nice stretch of weather this weekend. If you are lucky enough to have the long weekend to relax, take some time outdoors. It will feel comfortable, thanks to seasonable temperatures in the upper 70s and low 80s with low humidity and lots of sun. High pressure is in control for us today, keeping us sunny.
  • Hurricane Dorian slows down and strengthens

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Hurricane Dorian has jumped up the Saffir–Simpson scale to a high-end Category 2 storm in the last day. Now experiencing more favorable oceanic and atmospheric conditions, Dorian has been able to strengthen. Satellite view of Hurricane Dorian. Hurricane Dorian has moved more slowly in the last 24 hours, so the track for the storm has also slowed down. Forecast track. While a landfall on Labor Day seemed likely a few days ago, now it could be in the middle of the night or early Tuesday.
  • Tracking Hurricane Dorian

    ...- ANTHONY MACARI, STORM TEAM 10
    Hurricane Dorian has remained at Category 1 strength for about a day, but it has looked healthy in recent satellite scans. A view of Hurricane Dorian Wednesday evening. As Dorian moves into an area with more favorable atmospheric conditions for development, it is expected to strengthen. Full forecast track for Hurricane Dorian.
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