Sunday February 8 2015

Last Updated:
9:00PM Sunday
February 8, 2015

School Forecast For:
Monday February 9th

Two Hour Delay No School Early Dismissal
0% 90% 0%

Forecast Overview
Last Updated: 9:00PM February 8th

9:00PM Update

Current radar reveals the band of snow that will be responsible for our snowfall over the next 24 hours. Today this band dropped one to two inches across the area. Light snow may be patchy over the next few hours, but should pick up around midnight. Monday morning we could see periods of moderate snow between 5AM and 9AM. The steady snow should begin to taper off shortly after noon tomorrow. Light snow may linger through about 7PM. Still expecting totals in the 6 to 10 inch range. Kingston has used 6 snow days this year. Last year a total of 11 snow days were used, with 8 of them having occurred by February 9th.

9:00PM Northeast US Radar
The red box outlines tonight's main snow band.
The arrow indicates its west to east movement.
The "K" is over Kingston.

9:30AM Sunday

A storm system will slide to our south today and tomorrow producing snow across our region. Looking for snow to move into the area between 1PM and 7PM today. Light to moderate snow should continue through Monday evening. When all said and done Monday evening, we could be looking at 6 to 10 inches of new snow.

The rest of the week looks mainly calm. A weak system on Thursday could produce some light snow across the region. Behind this system there is the potential for very cold air to filter into the region for the weekend.

Photo of the month has been updated.

Quick-Forecast Table

AM Temp
PM Temp
Condition Confidence
Monday 16 to 20
20 to 24
Snow: 6+ inches High
Tuesday 12 to 16
26 to 30
Clear High
Wednesday 8 to 12
20 to 24
PM Clouds
Thursday 5 to 15
15 to 25
Snow Showers
Friday -10 to 0 10 to 20
Mostly Clear
-15 to -5 5 to 15
PM Clouds Medium
Sunday -15 to -5 5 to 15 Clear
Last Updated: 9:30AM Sunday February 8, 2015

Kingstonsnows Text Forecast
Last Updated: 9:30AM February 8, 2015


Snow throughout the day
Total accumulations of 6 to 10 inches.

Tuesday and Wednesday

No significant weather anticipated.


Snow showers possible.
Light snow accumulations possible.

Friday through Sunday

Calm weather, but cold.
Overnight lows well below zero.

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. 9) None High
Tuesday (Feb. 10) Low
None None
Wednesday (Feb. 11) None
None High
Thursday (Feb. 12) None
Friday (Feb. 13) None None
None High
Last updated: 9:30AM February 8, 2015

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