Isolated showers off in the distance in Westport about 10 miles away. Daylight equivalency of 3 rd week in April brings some spectacular sunsets. 6PM Aug 16 2011 looking towards Wilbur's Point from West Island. August 15, 2011: WEST ISLAND: A storm system with features typically seen in the winter months brought in some of the coolest temperatures of the summer so far. The normal high temperature for this time of the year is 80. Temperatures remained in the high 60's most of the day Monday. The wind blew out of the northeast between 15 and 20 mph with a gust to 29 at West Island. Local rainfall measured about 1.50" Scattered showers and heavy downpours brought in various rainfall totals from 1 to 3 inches to as much as 5 inches in some isolated areas in Rhode Island. The barometer bottomed out at 29.59" If this Nor'Easter occurred in its normal time of year as an all snow event we would have been measuring snow totals in some areas by the foot.