Rhode Island’s Emergency Management Agency (RIEMA) recently released the following tips for being prepared before, during, and after a winter storm.
A Winter Storm Watch is in effect as of Tuesday morning. Here’s what you can expect from Thursday’s snowstorm in Portsmouth.
The Department of Environmental Management (DEM) advises anglers and other winter recreationists to be aware of ice fishing and hypothermia safety.
The Portsmouth Free Public Library will serve as a warming center due to frigid temperatures expected throughout the week.
The first snowstorm of the season is expected to start Saturday morning in Portsmouth. Find out how much snow will fall and when here.
With winter approaching, the DEM is reminding businesses, community groups, and state and local government agencies to begin preparations for snow disposal.
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Prudence Island researchers will use a $500K federal grant to lead a nationwide study on salt marsh resilience against the effects of climate change.
Hurricane Jose’s effects will start to be felt Tuesday in the Portsmouth area. Here’s what you need to know about the storm to stay prepared.
While Hurricane Jose’s track remains uncertain, Portsmouth residents are asked to monitor weather alerts, and to be prepared for strong winds and rain.
The DEM recently announced $6.4 million in matching grants to help communities reduce flooding, control stormwater, and strengthen climate resilience.
The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning until 7:30 p.m. Friday for the Portsmouth area.
Winter storm closings are starting to come in for Tuesday, March 14, in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. Check below frequently for updates.
While a Blizzard Watch is canceled, accumulating snow is still on the way for Portsmouth. How much snow will fall by Tuesday afternoon? Find out here.
The Portsmouth Emergency Management Agency released the following tips and information on how best to prepare for Tuesday’s winter storm.
Winter is not over yet. A Blizzard Watch is in effect from late Monday night into Tuesday night, 6 days before the first day of spring.