Before the rain mixed in this afternoon, generally, 1-3″ of snow and sleet fell north and west of I-295 in RI and MA. Please continue to use extra caution while driving overnight tonight as temperatures drop below freezing and wet surfaces could become icy.
We had reports of 1.5″ to as much as 4″ of snow and sleet in Burrillville. And we saw some very strong wind gusts this afternoon upwards of 35-45 mph.
Shower activity has tapered off but the moisture from today won’t be going anywhere. Watch for icy spots — any untreated surfaces will be slick.
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Sunday morning will start off mostly cloudy and icy with temperatures in the upper 20s and low 30s through the first half of the morning.
Throughout the afternoon we’ll see gradual clearing allowing for more rays of sunshine and we’ll stay dry at well.
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Afternoon highs will be seasonable in the mid to upper 40s. The winds will pick up a bit in the afternoon from the northwest at 10-15mph.
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