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It's winter in Rhode Island — and winter in Rhode Island is cold. No secret, right? But right now, we're at the beginning of an extra cold stretch. With wind chills expected to be as low as -3 over the next few days in Bristol and Warren, according to the National Weather Service, we figured you could warm your fingers by typing an ending to this phrase: "You know it's cold out when..." Post your ideas — funny, clever, or direct and blunt, like a flinty Rhode Islander — in the comments below.
Temperatures could drop into the single digits tonight – here are some tips.
Baby, it’s cold outside — and it’s going to get colder. On the roads, that can lead to icy conditions, as road salt doesn’t work as well in temperatures below 20 degrees — but it’s something to keep in mind on walkways around your home, too. [Keep an eye on updated weather conditions with the Bristol-Warren Patch Weather Page.] You might want to try calcium chloride on your walkways, which works at lower temperatures. You can pick some up at Benny’s or one of the hardware stores listed on the Bristol-Warren Patch Directory. Frozen pipes are another problem — especially for those in older houses. If you have pipes that are near exposed areas, follow the tips below from the Red Cross: Water has a unique property in that it expands as it …