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RI News
9:26 am
Mon November 11, 2013

Rhode Islanders: The Winter Is Coming

Remember this? Kennedy Plaza in downtown Providence after the February 2013 blizzard. Goodbye summer.
Credit Kristin Gourlay / RIPR

If the National Weather Service is correct, we’re just hours away from the first snowfall of the season.

The National Weather Service is forecasting snow showers to begin Monday and continue through tomorrow morning.  Meteorologist Bill Simpson says an Arctic front is moving into southern New England.

"With that Arctic front there could be some snow showers. It won’t be accumulating but any time you have some snow showers with an Arctic front it could snow pretty hard for a short period of time – just enough to make the roads slippery," said Simpson. 

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Morning News Podcast
10:47 am
Fri March 8, 2013

Friday, March 8, 2013

RI was largely spared the latest snow storm, but that was not the case for our neighbors in MA and CT.  The state's economy is improving.  These stories and more on the Morning News Podcast.  
Plus this week's guest on Political Roundtable is Woonsocket City Council President John Ward.

Do you have insight or expertise on this topic? Please email us, we'd like to hear from you.  news@ripr.org

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Weather
9:06 am
Fri March 8, 2013

Snowfall Varies Widely in Small Area

Providence, RI
Credit Aaron Read / RIPR

The National Weather Service predicts Rhode Island will get another one to two inches of snow Friday.  This is much less than the eight to ten inches which had been initially projected for Thursday and Friday.

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The Education Blog
8:57 am
Thu March 7, 2013

Schools Hold Classes Despite Snow

Public schools in Rhode Island planned to operate under normal schedules today in spite of the winter weather.

Morning News Podcast
9:57 am
Wed March 6, 2013

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Another snow storm is on its way.  The new state Board of Education has all its members in place now.  These stories and more on the RIPR Morning News Podcast.
Plus in this week’s This I Believe—Rhode Island essay, writer and actress Janine Weisman talks about the importance of community.

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Winter Weather
4:42 pm
Tue March 5, 2013

Region Braces for Heavy Winds, Up to 8 Inches of Snow

A wet snow falls on downtown Providence Thursday afternoon.
Credit Catherine Welch / RIPR

The snow will get heavier, the winds stronger, and National Grid is working to avoid power outages.

The latest information on cancelations and closures can be found here.

Some towns have parking bans but no public schools are delaying the start of school this morning as snow falls across the state.

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Morning News Podcast
10:00 am
Fri February 22, 2013

Friday, February 22, 2013

A snow storm is on its way.  Yes, again.  The ACLU says the state's Attorneys General are falling down on the job of enforcing the Open Meetings Law.     These stories and more on the RIPR Morning News Podcast, along with this week's Political Roundtable with guest Pablo Rodriguez. 

Do you have insight or expertise on this topic? Please email us, we'd like to hear from you.  news@ripr.org
 

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Weather
10:54 am
Thu February 14, 2013

Blizzard of 2013 Slideshow

The Blizzard of 2013 as seen from space
NASA
Education
8:28 am
Thu February 14, 2013

School delays persist after snowstorm

Several Rhode Island school districts are still delaying the start of school, several days after a major snowstorm hit the state.

Most of the delays are in the South County, with Jamestown, North Kingstown, Narragansett, Westerly and South Kingstown all reporting a one-hour delay in the start of the school day.

Chariho and Tiverton also started school later than usual this morning. Some districts have also canceled Kindergarten and early childhood programs.

RI News
8:56 am
Wed February 13, 2013

Cranston: shovel snowy sidewalks

In Cranston, city officials are reminding residents they are required to shovel their sidewalks. Residents have 24 hours from when the snow stops to clear the sidewalks outside their homes.

Mayor Allan Fung says the city has not cited anyone for violating the citywide ordinance. “But we will cite if we have to and have the authority under the ordinance for those willful type violations. You know, completely ignoring the warnings from the officers or anything, you know, ridiculous.”

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