Sunday February 1 2015

Groundhog's Day Snowstorm
Last Updated:
10:00PM Sunday
February 1, 2015

School Forecast For:
Monday February 2nd

Two Hour Delay No School Early Dismissal
0% Yes. 0%

Forecast Overview
Last Updated: 9:45PM February 1st

9:45PM Update

No significant changes to the forecast.
Snow should begin across the valley within the next hour or so.
Expect periods of heavy snow, especially in the morning.
Snow should linger into the afternoon.
Total accumulations should be over 8 inches.

9:45PM Eastern US Radar


3:00PM Sunday

A storm system will trek through the Ohio River Valley tonight and just south of New England tomorrow. This storm will produce a respectable snowfall across our area. Snow should develop around 10PM tonight, and continue through the early afternoon tomorrow. The heaviest snow should fall in the morning… prior to 8AM. Storm totals with this storm system look to be 8 to 12 inches across the much of the Hudson Valley.

A pulse of cold air will filter in behind the storm for Tuesday, followed by some moderation on Wednesday. Thursday a storm system will pass to our north producing a chance of some light snow showers, and sending a second cold surge into the region through Friday.

3:00PM Radar Image
The Mid Hudson Valley is at the center of the yellow circle.

The Kingstonsnows Extras tab has been updated
with a read on Why Storm's "Bust".

Quick-Forecast Table

AM Temp
PM Temp
Condition Confidence
Monday 16 to 20
18 to 22
Snow: 8+ inches High
Tuesday 0 to -5
16 to 20 Some Clouds High
Wednesday 13 to 17 30 to 35
Flurries
High
Thursday 5 to 15
15 to 25 AM Snow Showers
Medium
Friday -10 to 0 10 to 20
Mostly Clear
Medium
Saturday
5 to 15
20 to 30 PM Snow Showers Low
Sunday 5 to 15 15 to 25
Mostly Clear
Low
Last Updated: 3:00PM Sunday February 1, 2015

Kingstonsnows Text Forecast
Last Updated: 3:00PM February 1, 2015

Monday

Snow tapering off in the early afternoon.
Accumulations of at least 8 inches likely.

Tuesday and Wednesday

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

Thursday

Snow showers possible in the morning.
Light accumulations possible.

Friday

No significant weather anticipated.

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 (Feb. 2) None High
None
High
Tuesday (Feb. 3) Low
None None
High
Wednesday (Feb. 4) None None
None High
Thursday (Feb. 5) Medium
Low
None Medium
Friday (Feb. 6) None None
None High
Last Updated: 3:00PM February 1, 2015

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