Reader photos from last winter submitted to our Flickr Group.
Ahead of a winter storm that is forecast to begin Monday afternoon and intensify to blizzard conditions through Monday night and in to Tuesday, Mayor Jorge O. Elorza is announcing a series of preparations to ensure public safety.
We know you want to see more blizzard photos! This is a bit of a different take, before & afters.
Wood Street by James Ruh The following photos of the West End were emailed to us by Deborah Hickey:
Photo © emiliabright Photo © Armadillo Commander
Yellow Jackets working hard in PPAC Square clearing snow.
Photo © lddana51two Photo © pvdEric Photo © pvdEric
East Avenue near the Pawtucket/Providence line. I’m seeing a lot of bellyaching on social media about streets not being plowed yet. While, my street is showing signs of blacktop, I feel others pain, but. We got walloped with feet of snow drifting to amazing proportions. There are hundreds of thousands, probably millions of tons of snow that need to be …
Reader photos of the Blizzard of 2013 in Providence, Rhode Island.
Atwells Avenue, midday Sunday, February 10, 2013. First, this from RIEMA, ugh! The NWS is predicting ½” of rain for all areas Mon. Large amounts of snow saturated w/ water can cause flooding & damage to roofs #StormRI — Rhode Island EMA (@RhodeIslandEMA) February 10, 2013 [box style=”red”]With temperatures well below freezing tonight, snow and ice that melted today is …
Last part of my morning walk in the snow. From Downcity up Broadway and back to Atwells.
Crews removing massive amounts if snow from around The Dunk.
There was this giant snow pile on Eddy Street, then I went to Kennedy Plaza, then I got coffee.
Internet is down here at Greater City Providence. Lucky for us we still have power and heat. So, I’m posting from my phone, lets see how that goes.
Church bells and blizzard. Just after this, the screen fell out of my window.
Basically everything is closing down. Stay home.
Check out this video of what an icy third rail does when a subway car rolls by: Via: Transportation Nation
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