Saturday, December 15, 2012
An active weather pattern is expected to begin tomorrow and continue into the middle of next week.
Bing Crosby isn't the only one dreaming of a white Christmas. With our recent warm winters, snow angels and snowmen almost seem like a thing of the past. This year, however, we might have a proper holiday backdrop. According to the National Weather Service, an active weather pattern is expected to begin on Sunday and to continue into the middle of next week. The details, including the timing and type of precipitation, remains uncertain. [Stay updated on the Johnston forecast with the JohnstonPatch weather page.] It all depends on the air temperature. For Sunday night, the NWS reports it might be cold enough for snow; but it would be light. Minor accumulations are possible. On Monday, a low pressure system will increase our odds at a …
Monday, December 10, 2012
Can you believe it's just over two weeks until Christmas? Check out today's forecast and slate of local events.
Johnston Weather: Support Group: The Autism Project of Johnston hosts a Grandparents Support Group today at 9:30 am. Christmas Flick: Marian J. Mohr Library is scheduled to show "A Nightmare Before Christmas" this afternoon at 2:45 pm in the Andrew Greene Young Adult Room. Free admission. Hit the Ice: The NHL may not be playing this year, but you can still live your hockey dream on a small scale at Smithfield Municipal Ice Rink during Public Hockey today from 11 am to 1 pm. Admission is $5, goalies free. Full pads required. Celebrity Birthdays:
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Mythical beasts at Mohr; where to find deals on gas; today's forecast; post your New Year's Day memories; and a year ago on JohnstonPatch: Inauguration Day.
Are They Real? Today at Mohr Library, Ms. Michelle hosts an After School Adventure for kids in kidergarten and older with the theme: Odd Creatures, Fact or Fiction? today starting at 4:30 p.m. Be Informed: Save some cash and time with our new Traffic and Gas page on JohnstonPatch. Eye On The Sky: Today's JohnstonPatch Weatherbug forecast calls for sunny skies and temps in the 20s during the day, with clouds moving in overnight and temps staying in the 20s. Happy New Year: Did you do something crazy for New Year's Day, like jump in the ocean? It's not too late to add your photos and videos. Chafee Sworn In: On this date in 2011, we reported on Gov. Lincoln Chafee's inauguration at the State House.
Monday, July 18, 2011
The National Weather service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Rhode Island.
Batten down the hatches: Rhode Island is expected to get some severe thunderstorms this afternoon. Officials with the National Weather Service (LGT Johnston 7-day forecast) are predicting severe weather today in Johnston after 3 p.m. as a storm system from Canada makes it way south. Some of the storms may be severe, with damaging winds as the primary threat. The storm's potentially torrential rainfall could result in flooding. Visibility will be poor on the roadways, officials warn. Those with outdoor plans (including those who thought today would be a swell day at the beach) should head inside or to a vehicle at the first sign of threatening weather. (If you hear thunder, you are close enough to be struck by lightning.) Stay updated with …