Friday January 30 2015

Cold and possibly more snow

Last Updated:
7:00PM Friday
January 30, 2015

School Forecast For:
Monday February 2nd
*Based on Friday night outlook*

Two Hour Delay No School Early Dismissal
"None" "Likely" "Slight possibility"

Forecast Overview
Last Updated: 7:00PM January 30th

7:00PM Friday

When storm systems in the northern hemisphere (where we are)
are well formed they begin to rotate counterclockwise (like a hurricane). When this happens a flow of warm air and a flow of cold air begins. When the storm passes to the north or west of a city, the city stays in the "warm sector" of the storm. When the storm passes to the south or east of a city, the city stays in the "cold sector" of the storm.


Storm "L" is to the north and west of city "B", so "B" is in the "warm sector".
Storm "L" is to the south and east of city "A", so "A" is in the "cold sector".

This morning's storm passed to our south and east. As a result we are now in the "cold sector" behind the storm. Tonight's temperatures will fall close to zero degrees. Winds may make it feel below zero in the morning. As the storm moves further away temperatures will moderate some for Sunday.

A new storm system may move across the region during the day on Monday. Currently, this storm has the potential to produce a moderate snowfall across the region. This storm would again be centered to our south and east, so following it we will likely see a renewed shot of cold air. This second round of cold air could be the coldest of the season so far.

Full site update on Sunday

Quick-Forecast Table

AM Temp
PM Temp
Condition Confidence
Monday 10 to 15
19 to 23
PM Snow
Tuesday 13 to 17
23 to 27
Snow: 8+ inches High
Wednesday 10 to 15
24 to 28
Thursday 10 to 20
25 to 35 PM Snow Showers
Friday 5 to 15
20 to 30
AM Snow Showers
0 to 10
15 to 25 Clear Low
Sunday -5 to 5 10 to 20
Last Updated: 6:00AM January 25, 2015 (NOT CURRENT)

Kingstonsnows Text Forecast
Last Updated: 6:00AM January 25th

Monday and Tuesday

Light snow developing Monday afternoon.
Potentially heavy snow Monday night into Tuesday morning.
Snow tapering off Tuesday evening.
Total snowfall likely in the 8 to 12 inch range.


No significant Weather anticipated.
Temperatures in the low teens to 20s.

Thursday and Friday

Light snow possible Thursday evening into Friday morning.
An inch or two of accumulation possible.
Temperatures ranging from the low teens to upper 20s.

Long-range school impact (probability)
The long range impact is a general outlook, and is not a specific forecast.
Day (Date) Delay Cancellation E.D. Confidence
Monday (Jan. 26) None Low
Tuesday (Jan. 27) None
Wednesday (Jan. 28) Medium Low
None High
Thursday (Jan. 29) None
None High
Friday (Jan. 30) Medium
None Medium
Last Updated: 9:30PM January 25, 2015

January Photo of the Month
Snowman on the rim of the Grand Canyon

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