Beach & Bay Forecast
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Monday Forecast: Remnants of Hurricane Ian to our south will continue to give us a fairly windy day. The chilly air will stick around too.
Monday Boating Outlook: Small Craft Advisory Possible. Winds from the northeast 10-25 kts with gusts to 30kts possible. Waves of 1-3 feet.
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Marine Conditions for Coastal RI & MA on Monday
Wind: NE 15-25 knots gusting to 30 kts in the bay, 30-35kts in the sounds.
Water Temp: 69°
Waves: 1-3 feet in the bay, 4-7 feet in Block Island, and Rhode Island Sounds
Rip Current Risk: Low
UV Index: 5 (Moderate)
Safe Sun Time: 45 minutes+
High Tide: 2:06 AM and 2:38 PM in Newport Harbor on Monday
Low Tide: 7:10 AM and 9:44 PM in Newport Harbor on Monday
Sunrise: 6:44 AM
Sunset: 6:23 PM
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Frequency: Daily at 9 a.m. (May-September)
Throughout the summer, health and environmental officials monitor the water quality at beaches and other locations to ensure it’s safe. Those deemed unsafe, typically due to high bacteria counts in the water, will be temporarily closed to swimming, shellfishing, or other activities.
|J.L. Curran Upper Reservoir – Cranston|
Blackamore Pond – Cranston
Conimicut Point Beach – Warwick
Wenscott Reservoir – North Providence
Larkin Pond – South Kingstown
Johnson’s Pond – Coventry
Mashapaug Pond – Providence
Roosevelt Pond – Roger Williams Park – Providence
Edgewood Lake – Roger Williams Park – Providence
Pleasure Lake – Roger Williams Park – Providence
Polo Lake – Roger Williams Park – Providence
Willow Lake – Roger Williams Park – Providence
Cunliff Lake, Roger Williams Park – Providence
Elm Lake, Roger Williams Park – Providence
Lower Melville Pond – Portsmouth
Upper Melville Pond – Portsmouth
Almy Pond – Newport
All of this information will change on a daily basis, so be sure to check back for the latest updates.