Rhode Island has reopened major bridges in the state to traffic but restrictions remain in place for some vehicles
CHARLESTOWN, R.I. — The latest developments on the storm system moving through the Northeast:
Rhode Island has reopened major bridges in the state to traffic but restrictions remain in place for some vehicles.
All roads to the beach community of Misquamicut remain closed because of wind-driven flooding. Misquamicut is a small cluster of beach hotels and vacation cottages and was heavily damaged by storm surge during Superstorm Sandy.
The National Weather Service’s Boston office has reported about 75,000 customers without power in Rhode Island, about 20,000 customers out in Connecticut and nearly 6,900 customers out in Massachusetts.
Tropical Storm Henri has made landfall in Rhode Island.
The National Hurricane Center says Henri came…
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