Thursday January 19, 2012

Quick bout of Snow

Updated:
5:50 P.M.Thursday January 19, 2012

Welcome to Kingston Snows!!

School Forecast For:
Friday January 20, 2012
Two-Hour Delay Cancellation Early Dismissal
20% 0% 0%

A weak, fast moving system will pass through the region tonight. Snow may begin falling at any time in the next hour or so. Looking at the radar, the snow will end around midnight with some snow showers possibly lingering through 2AM.

Total accumulations of around an inch are likely. Slightly higher amounts are possible out towards Woodstock.

Friday we will be between systems and should see a mix of sun and clouds.

Saturday: a storm system will pass to our south spreading a round of snow into the area. Snow to develop after 12AM on Saturday, and persist into the afternoon. Total accumulations with this system could be in the 2 to 5 inch range. Most of the accumulations will take place before noon.

We will be between systems again on Sunday. It should remain mostly cloudy.

Sunday night into Monday we will feel the affects of a third system.
This one looks to be one of the snow/mix/rain events that we have been experiencing lately. Snow will develop Sunday evening, transition to a mix early Monday morning, and then to plain rain around sunrise. Rain showers will persist at least throughout the morning.

Temperatures this week will be fairly seasonable. Highs will make it into the lower 30s. Lows will be in the 15-25 degree range. We may make it up to 40 degrees Monday.

Based on current forecasts, there is only a slight (20%) chance of a delay tomorrow morning. I will have a very brief update by 10PM.
Next Update:
10PM Tonight.

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