... Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through Tuesday evening...
The Flash Flood Watch continues for
* portions of northern Connecticut... Massachusetts and Rhode
Island... including the following in northern ... Connecticut...
Hartford... Tolland and Windham. In Massachusetts... Bristol...
eastern Franklin... eastern Hampden... eastern Hampshire...
Essex... Middlesex... Norfolk... Plymouth... Suffolk and
Worcester. In Rhode Island... Bristol... Kent... Newport...
Providence and Washington.
* Through Tuesday evening
* showers with heavy rainfall are expected through late Tuesday
with rainfall totals of 1.50 to 2.50 inches.
* Rapid and significant flooding of urban areas is possible.
Small streams may rise out of their banks and flood low lying
A Flash Flood Watch is issued for the potential of rapid and
significant flooding. Stay alert for flash flood warnings... which
are issued when flooding is imminent.
Should flooding occur... do not drive through flooded roads... even
if the water appears to be shallow. Find an alternate Route. Cars
can easily become stranded. Move to higher ground if you live or
work in a flood prone area.
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Statement as of 10:33 PM EDT on June 01, 2015
Statement as of 6:02 PM EDT on June 1, 2015
... Record cold high temperature set in Providence today...
The high of 53 degrees today at tf green state Airport in Warwick
set a record for the coldest high temperature on June 1... breaking
the previous record of 56 degrees set in 1984.
The average high temperature for today is 73 degrees.
Records in Providence date back to 1904.
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