We are now moving in to February, which is typically our snowiest month. The "Blizzard of the century" that some of the modles were forecasting last week never materialized. The system will still produce snow and rain, especially around New Jersey over to the Bosten area, but we appear to be on the very northern frindge of te storm. We may see up to an inch at the most tonight into the day tomorrow. It looks like the heaviest of what ever falls will be early tomorrow afternoon- a batch of rain over the Carolinas and Virginia that is making its way northeast, but again, it will only skirt our region.
With this said. I have gone with what i think is a very generous 30% chance of a delay tomorrow, incase the precipitation moves a little more north than east, but i do expect there to be school as normal.