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Added Feb 11 2018

Sunday Morning Briefing: A series of low pressure centers moving through southern New England today and early tonight will bring periods of rain, some of which will be heavy at times. We're monitoring several possible weather hazards which we've detailed below: * Dense Fog This Morning Be alert for low visibility in fog this morning, especially in northern Connecticut and western, central, and interior northeast Massachusetts where a Dense Fog Advisory is in effect until 10 am. Drivers should allow extra travel time, use low-beam headlights, and leave plenty of room between vehicles. * Heavy Rain Today and Early Tonight The heaviest rainfall will be focused in Rhode Island and southeast Massachusetts, where many locations will pick up 1 to 2 inches of rain, and some may see as much as 3 inches. This may result in flooding of urban and poor drainage areas, including roads and underpasses (places that tend to flood in heavy rain). If we see 3-inch rainfall totals over a large portion of Rhode Island, minor flooding would occur along the Pawtuxet, Pawcatuck, and Wood Rivers as well as some smaller streams. * Strong Wind Gusts Possible Later Today Temperatures will warm back into the 50s later today across parts of Rhode Island and southeast Massachusetts. A period of strong southwest winds of 30-40 mph is expected through early tonight, but it's possible a few gusts reach 50 mph.

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February 11, 2018
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