|Monday||January 28||2013||Early Dismissal||1.3"||0.75" to 1.0"||Sn||Start@9am, End@~2pm. Textbook early dismissal. Snow developed at 9am. Coating on most surfaces by 10am. Sn mix/change to drizzle/freezing drizzle around 1pm. Drizzle/ freezing drizzle through about 3pm. Fog/most through the evening. Light coating of ice on cars and shoveled walkways by 4pm. Roads snowy through noon, slushy after 2pm. Wet/slushy through eve. Temps: 20@12am Mon, 25@9am, 32@2pm, 33 through 12am Tue. Side roads slushy Tue AM, if temps had fallen back below freezing, then 30% delay. Winter Weather Advisory 10am Mon-7am Tue|
HIGH PRESSURE ALONG THE EASTERN SEABOARD WILL SLIDE OFFSHORE
TONIGHT. A WARM FRONT WILL LIFT NORTHEAST THROUGH NEW YORK AND
NEW ENGLAND MONDAY…BRINGING A MIX OF WINTER PRECIPITATION. AFTER
IT MOVES THROUGH THE REGION EARLY TUESDAY MUCH MILDER AIR WILL
STREAM INTO THE REGION.
Part of the 2012-2013 winter season