Snow Event: November 23, 2013
Day Date Year Closings Amount Road Amount Type Note
Saturday November 23 2013 xxx 0.1" 0.00" Sn Arctic cold front moved through the northeast bringing the coldest air of the season. Numerous lake effect snow showers across entire northeast as far as Long Island. Snow showers and scattered squalls associated. Reports of snow squalls affecting Woodstock around 5p and 10p. Reports of coated roads in Woodstock during 10p squall. Any snow coating in Kingston only lasted about an hour. Kingston received brief snow showers and possibly a brief squall between 5p and 10p, with reports of a coating on cars and grass. Small patches of snow remained in shady grassy areas through the 25th. Temperatures on the 23rd fell from 52@12a, 35@7p, 32@9p, 27@11p. DewPts fell from 41@12a to 9@11p. Radar

.SYNOPSIS…
AN ARCTIC COLD FRONT WILL PLUNGE SOUTH THROUGH THE REGION THROUGH
THIS EVENING…AND TRIGGER SNOW SHOWERS AND SQUALLS OVER THE REGION.
HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD EAST FROM THE GREAT PLAINS TONIGHT AND
SLIDE OFFSHORE BY MONDAY…BRINGING WINDY AND WINTER LIKE VERY
COLD CONDITIONS.

Storm Totals
Sunday November 24, 2013 +
1237p Forecast Discussion
708p Forecast Discussion
957p Forecast Discussion

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