Michelle Muscatello, WPRI 12

Michelle Muscatello


Providence, RI, United States

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Past articles by Michelle:

Weather Now: Rain Tapering Off, Drier but Cloudy Afternoon

Good morning. It’s been a stormy start to the day with gusty winds and downpours. Improvements are coming. Widespread rain tapers off, with just a lingering lighter shower or two for the afternoon. Most areas picked up 1-2″ of rain, with parts of southeastern MA, like New Bedford, ending up with 2″+. In addition, after […] → Read More

Weather Now: Cool Nights, Mild Days Continue

Good morning. It’s the coolest morning since May 26! Temperatures dipped into the 40s overnight, with a definite feel of fall in the air. Like yesterday, it’s going to be a beautiful September day with lots of sunshine, low humidity and mild afternoon temperatures. Highs rebound to the low to mid 70s with light northwest […] → Read More

Severe Weather Alert: Flood Warning, Downpours Continue through Early Afternoon

Good morning. Bands of heavy rain and downpours continue this morning, leading to localized flooding and difficult travel conditions. A Flood Warning is now in effect for parts of our area including Providence, New Bedford, Fall River, Warwick, Cranston, Pawtucket, Taunton, East Providence, Dartmouth, Cumberland, North Providence, South Kingstown, West Warwick, Johnston, North Kingstown,… → Read More

Weather Now: Air Quality Alert Until Noon; Hot Today with T’Storms at Night

AIR QUALITY ALERT continues until noon due to smoke from western US and Canada wildfires leading to unhealthy levels of small particulates in the air. TODAY: Hazy sun, hot and muggy during the day… near 90 inland, low to mid 80s at the coast. Northwest winds turning west-southwest at 5-10mph. An isolated shower/t’storm possible in […] → Read More

Severe Weather Alert: Snow Continues Into Afternoon, Heavy at Times

We have a quick-hitting storm system that will bring accumulating snow to our area this afternoon and early evening. This will still be a storm that creates difficult travel for the afternoon and evening. Here’s a look at the expected accumulations by 10PM. A WINTER STORM WARNING continues for most of our area. A WINTER […] → Read More

Severe Weather Alert: Snow Moves in This Morning; Significant Accumulations, Strong Winds Likely by Afternoon

Good morning. We have a significant winter storm on the way for today, with the height of the nor’easter hitting this afternoon and evening. A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for our entire area except for Block Island from now until 1AM Tuesday. We are expecting 8-12″ of snow for most cities and town. […] → Read More

Weather Alert: Cold, Dry Today; Snow Storm Wed. Night–Thursday

New data in today still points to a major snow storm for Wednesday night into Thursday. Some spots could get a foot (or more) of snow. More info on the storm below…. First, let’s talk about the weather for today. We’re back to sunny skies and brisk winds. Temperatures will be cooler-than-normal with highs only […] → Read More

WEATHER NOW: Humid with Scattered Showers This Morning, Drier Most of the Afternoon

Good morning! It’s going to be a humid day with morning fog and scattered showers giving way to partly to mostly cloudy skies. An additional isolated shower or t’storm is possible in the afternoon, but much of the afternoon remains dry. It won’t be as hot as yesterday, with highs in the upper 70s inland […] → Read More

Weather Now: More Strong Storms Possible This Afternoon

After a quiet morning, our first batch of showers and thunderstorms are moving into southern New England. And more are expected through the afternoon and early evening. These storms will be scattered, with partial sun in between. However, these storms have the potential to become strong or severe. Like Saturday, these storms could contain: large […] → Read More

WEATHER NOW: Fog to Warm Sun Today

It’s a foggy start early this morning, but like yesterday it will turn into a warm, mostly sunny and humid afternoon. Temperatures will climb into the mid 80s away from the coast. A developing afternoon sea breeze will keep our beach communities between 75-80. The warmest day of the week will be Friday. After a […] → Read More

Weather Now: Showers Today, Some Heavy

An unsettled day is ahead with lots of showers, clouds and fog. It will be unseasonably cool, as well, with highs only in the upper 60s and low 70s. The rain is courtesy of a wave of low pressure, that will eventually track to our south tonight. There is the potential for some heavy rain, […] → Read More

Weather Now: Showers/T'storms Arrive this Evening

After a beautiful weekend, some changes are on the way. Sun gives way to clouds with showers/t'storms arriving this evening. → Read More

Weather Now: Chilly Rain By Tuesday Afternoon-Evening

After a beautiful weekend, a chilly rain is on the way for this afternoon and evening. It's one of several rounds of showers that will move through over the next few days. → Read More

WEATHER NOW: Dry, A Bit Cooler Today

We do it again! Another dry and pleasant day is on the way with slightly cooler temperatures. Showers return Friday. → Read More

Weather Now: Cold and Dry Today

Another cold and dry day, with morning temperatures in the single digits, not as frigid in the afternoon. → Read More

Earliest Sunsets of the Year Now Through December 14

Sunset times in Rhode Island have hit rock bottom. Our earliest sunsets of year are occurring this week and next when the sun goes down each day at 4:15 PM. → Read More

WEATHER ALERT: Heavy Rain, Strong Winds This Evening

Mother Nature has a case of the Mondays! Foggy and dreary today with our next round of heavy rain and gusty winds arriving this evening. → Read More

It's Official: Rhode Island Has First Heat Wave of 2018

For the first time in 2018, Providence has *officially* had a heat wave--3 consecutive days at 90° or higher. → Read More

Warm Next Few Days, But Not as Oppressive as Last Week

The weather winning streak rolls on. We have a warm stretch of days ahead, but it won't get as oppressive as last week. We're watching "Chris" which is expected to stay out to sea, but it could impact conditions at the shore. → Read More

Warmer Days Now but Showers for the Weekend?

After starting the week with cooler than normal temperatures and some wet weather, the end of the work week is trending warmer and drier. And the Pinpoint Weather team says there's reason to be optimistic about the weekend. → Read More