Sunday January 29, 2012

Thursday is Groundhogs' Day

Updated:
8:00P.M. Sunday January 29, 2012

Welcome to Kingston Snows!!

School Forecast For:
Monday January 30, 2012
Two-Hour Delay Cancellation Early Dismissal
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8:00PM Update

A squall line will move through the area between 10PM and 12AM.
This line will produce a period of light to moderate snow. The Kingston area could see anything from a dusting up to a quarter of an inch.

A warm front will pass through the region tomorrow night producing another round of snow showers. Right now, it appears that tomorrow's system may produce more in the way of accumulating snow, with up to an inch possible.

Next Update: Monday afternoon.


10:30AM Update

…A series of weak systems will skirt the region this week…
Light snow is possible tonight as the first system passes to our north.
Light accumulations are possible, mainly before 2AM. Total Accumulations under half an inch.

A second system will bring the chance for light snow Monday night.
Accumulations of less than half an inch are possible by Tuesday morning.

A third system will bring the chance of rain during the day on Wednesday.
Biggest rain threat will be Wednesday morning and early afternoon.

Thursday and Friday both look to be mostly sunny, however the models are currently divided over whether or not a potentially significant system will impact us Friday night into Saturday… we'll have to wait and see on that system.

As for the temperatures

Monday: High 39, Low 27
Tuesday: High 48, Low 27
Wednesday: High 52, Low 35
Thursday: High 47, Low 29

Next Update:
Monday afternoon
Brief Update by 10PM tonight, if Needed.

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