From Channel 12 Eyewitness News Meteorologist Tony R Petrarca, here is your updated Live Pinpoint Doppler 12 Futurecast.
DENSE FOG ADVISORY CANCELED
TONIGHT: A very mild night, cloudy with fog mist and scattered showers... lows near 50.
FRIDAY: Cloudy with periods of rain... Morning highs around 53, but cooling into the 40s during afternoon. Steadier rain returns by evening. Rain may end as a quick snow shower just before dawn Saturday.
FRI. NIGHT: Rain likely through the evening and night. The rain may end as some brief wet snow after midnight. Lows around 32.
SATURDAY: Early clouds then clearing. It will be colder with highs in the upper 30's to near 40.
SUNDAY: Partly sunny, chilly and dry during the day. Highs of 35. Snow, and sleet developing late Sunday Night (after 12am). Travel conditions may become slippery AFTER midnight with small snow accumulations.
MONDAY: Early morning freezing rain (mainly in northern suburbs) will make for a slick morning commute in northwest suburbs. Freezing rain will change over to "plain rain". Highs in the mid 40's.
TUESDAY: Showers end early morning, clearing, drier and chilly....37.
WEDNESDAY: Sunny, much colder...highs only near 32.
THURSDAY: Sunny, very cold....30.
Today's Weather Outlook
Rhode Island's health marketplace is dealing with bad publicity and tech problems in Washington.
Rhode Island is one of few states that do not send mental health record to a federal database; while some believe those records could keep guns out of the hands of the mentally ill.
Police are investigating after a hit-and-run accident with a stolen car turned into a brief chase.
A local man who is legally blind downloaded the latest upgrade for his iPad, and was no longer able to use his device the way he needed to.
Portsmouth Police are investigating a deadly car accident on Bristol Ferry Road.