NARRAGANSETT, R.I. (WLNE) — The Rhode Island Department of Environment Management is opening up two state seashores forward of this weekend’s warmth.
Scarborough North and Roger Williams seashores, each in Narragansett, will probably be opened up per week previous to Memorial Day weekend.
The Department of Environment Management mentioned this has been carried out the final a number of years, and coincides with sizzling temperatures circulating 90 levels inland.
Officials mentioned facilities at each seashores will probably be in full service, with parking $7 for state residents and $14 for non-residents.
Earlier within the day, the division additionally issued an air high quality alert, saying it’s anticipated to achieve unhealthy ranges.