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.
Clocks spring forward on Sunday, March 12, for Daylight Saving Time. Don’t forget to change your clocks and check batteries!
How much snow fell in Portsmouth as of Friday morning? Find out here and tell us your guesses in the comment section below!
Accumulating snow is expected to arrive early Friday, just 2 days before clocks change for Daylight Saving Time. How much snow will arrive? Find out here.
A High Wind Watch is in effect through Monday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
More wintry weather and accumulating snow is expected to arrive Sunday into Monday morning. How much snow will arrive? Find out here.
A total of 12 to 18 inches of snow was predicted to fall Thursday from winter storm Niko. How much snow fell in Portsmouth? Find out here.
Look to the sky tonight, Friday, Feb. 10, for a triple show: a comet, full moon, and lunar eclipse, according to NBC News.
Winter storm Niko might have arrived much later than expected Thursday, but it brought some late party gifts in the form of thunder snow.
Winter storm Niko will bring snow starting Thursday morning in Portsmouth. Find out how much snow and what will be closed here.
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.