Barrington, RI

Bristol County


Damage Reported






Roads
Marinas and Harbors
Buildings
Hazardous Materials
Beach

State: Inaccessible

Comments: I tried entering the preserve wearing 16" tall rubber boots, but stopped when the depth got to 12" and was still increasing. There was also a strong current crosswise on the trail, which was very concerning.

Coastal Structures

Specific Damage:

  • Damaged stairs/walkovers

Comments: The preserve had a long trail bridge in the marsh, parallel to Rt. 114, which can be over-topped at king tides. It appears that it has finally been washed out and is visible floating in the middle of two of the photos.

Natural Resources
Current Response

Response:

  • None


12/23/2022 | 9:54 am

Tidal Overview

1 hours 54 minutes after high tide

Data from Conimicut Light (3.3 miles away)

Water Level (at time of report): 9:54 am, 5.9'

High Tide (Predicted): 7:29 am, 5.4'

High Tide (Observed): 8:00 am, 8.4'

Observed Predicted water level Report time

Weather Overview

Wind Speed: 21.1 MPH

Wind Direction: SSE (163°)

Temperature: 54℉

Rainfall (Calendar Day): 1.36"

Rainfall (Past 24 Hours): 1.27"







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