Warning issued for defective carbon monoxide detectors sold on Amazon

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Providence road closure could cause traffic headaches
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School bus hits large pothole in Providence
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Hurricane Fiona brings rough surf to Southern New England
Waves are expected to grow in size breaking between 5-9 feet in the surf zone.
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Crews respond to hazmat situation in Pawtucket
Crews in Pawtucket are on the scene of a hazmat situation early Friday morning.
Warning issued for defective carbon monoxide detectors sold on Amazon
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Report: Most RI residents putting 32% of income toward rent
Most Rhode Islanders are paying more than they can afford when it comes to rent, according to a new report released by Realtor.com.
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Shekarchi expects state to appeal truck toll decision
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Police: Suspect left several restaurants without paying
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Weather Alert: Windy, Cool Today; Hurricane Fiona Bringing Large Waves to the Coast
Weather Alert: Windy, Cool Today; Hurricane Fiona Bringing Large Waves to the Coast
Fall air swept into southern New England behind yesterday’s cold front, bringing us the coolest air since mid/late May for today and tonight. Highs will remain well below normal and gusty northwest winds will add to the chilly late fall feel. Temperatures this afternoon will struggle to hit 60 in many areas. That’s more than 10 degrees below normal for September 23. Hour by Hour // A look at the next hours’ conditions » We’re also tracking large waves and dangerous rip currents from distant Hurricane Fiona. Even though the storm stays well off-shore of New England, swells from the storm will bring 5-11 foot waves to the coast today. Even on the bay, a “Small Craft Advisory” has been issued. Remember to stay out of the water and off of rocks and jetties. Ocean, Bay & Beach // A look at the conditions by the coast » If you’re planning on being outside tonight, you’ll need a warm coat, with temperatures quickly cooling through the 50s this evening. Winds stay brisk and skies stay dry. Late tonight, lows cool to the low 40s. THIS WEEKEND: Cold start Saturday, Showers Late Sunday, Sunday Night Saturday morning will be clear, windy and very cold. It stays sunny in the afternoon, with temperatures climbing back to the upper 60s to near 70 by afternoon. Winds will gradually diminish in the afternoon with rough surf and rip currents still likely at the coast. Sunday starts with some sunshine, but clouds will increase with a chance of showers by late afternoon and evening. Highs will be near normal, in the low 70s. Pinpoint Weather 12 LinksDetailed 7-Day Forecast | Weather Now | Radar | Hour-by-Hour | Ocean, Bay & Beach | Pinpoint …
Windy and Cool Today; Large Waves, Rough Surf at Coast
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