From Eyewitness News Meteorologist Michelle Muscatello, here is your updated Pinpoint Weather 12 Forecast:
***A FLASH FLOOD WATCH is in effect until 1 AM Friday. Very heavy rain, combined with melting snow and ice will lead to street, poor drainage flooding. Local rivers and streams will rapidly rise and some minor river flooding is also possible. Rainfall totals of 1-2" likely with isolated 3" amounts ***
***A HIGH WIND WARNING has been issued for southeast coastal communities from 9AM to 7PM due to strong southerly gusts 50-65mph. Communities under the "warning" include Westerly, Narragansett, Jamestown, Newport, Tiverton, Fall River, New Bedford, Block Island and Cape Cod. ***
***HIGH WIND ADVISORY*** Has been issued for inland communitues from 9AM to 5PM due to strong southerly gusts up to 50 mph. ***
**A COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY is in effect for late morning due to minor coastal flooding possible around high tide (10 AM-11 AM). Splashover onto typically prone roads is possible. ***
TODAY: A stormy day ahead. Showers will turn steadier and heavier by late morning. Downpours, strong damaging winds and isolated thunderstorms are likely through the afternoon, with potential flooding, wind damage and power outages. Very mild with highs 55-60. Southerly wind gusts up to 45-65 mph could lead to scattered power outages and wind damage to tree limbs and powerlines. The strongest winds are expected along the coast.
TONIGHT: Rain ending by 6pm with clearing skies... turning colder. Lows 25-30 by dawn
Pinpoint Weather 12: Hour-by-Hour Forecast
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