Forecasters are keeping a close eye on a winter storm, which could bring “plowable snow” Thursday, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
A Portsmouth resident took these beautiful photos of the sunrise Wednesday morning at McCorrie Point in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.
The NWS has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Tuesday afternoon due to accumulating snow in the forecast. How much snow? Find out here.
The Department of Environmental Management (DEM) will reopen Conditional Area B in Upper Narragansett Bay for shellfish harvesting.
The National Weather Service (NWS), Taunton office, has issued a Flood Watch for the Portsmouth area due to heavy rain starting Monday afternoon.
Don’t let the sunshine fool you. Heavy snow and whiteout conditions are expected Sunday afternoon. How much more snow could fall? Find out here.
More than a foot of snow was predicted to fall Saturday into Sunday in Portsmouth. How much snow fell in Portsmouth? Find out here.
Saturday’s snow storm created excellent conditions for sledding or tubing. Where’s the best sledding spot in Portsmouth? Tell us in our poll here.
Snow is falling heavily in Portsmouth, but that’s not reducing the long line at the Portsmouth Transfer Station Saturday.
While not a school day, Portsmouth organizations and businesses are closing today. Here’s a look at what’s closed today due to the storm.
Here’s our favorite snow photo from Saturday’s storm. The following photo was shot in Common Fence Point.
A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 1 a.m. Sunday for the Portsmouth area. How much snow will fall? Check here to find out.
A second winter storm will bring more accumulating snow to Portsmouth on Saturday afternoon. How much more can you expect?
The town of Portsmouth awoke to a snow-covered winter wonderland Friday morning. Here’s some of the snow pictures from around town.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from midnight until noon on Friday for the Portsmouth area, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
Portsmouth could see snow accumulate Thursday night and Friday morning, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). Check here to see timing.
Portsmouth residents and visitors will have not one, but 3 polar plunges to choose from for kicking off 2017 with an icy splash.