Friday February 10, 2012

Snow Tonight

5:45P.M. Friday February 10, 2012

Welcome to Kingston Snows!!

School Forecast For:
Monday February 13, 2012
Two-Hour Delay Cancellation Early Dismissal
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The combination of an arctic cold front and an offshore low will spread light, but steady, snow over the region tonight and tomorrow morning. This will be our first measurable snowfall in exactly three weeks.

Light snow should develop after midnight.
Snowfall rates will peak around daybreak.
Look for snow to taper off around noon.
Total accumulation: one to two inches.

Saturday will remain mostly cloudy.
High around 37.

Sunday will be mostly cloudy with a high around 32.
The morning low on Sunday will be in the teens.

Monday will be mostly sunny with highs around 40.

There is a slight chance of light snow showers Sunday night into Monday morning. I'll address this in the next update.

If Saturday were a weekday, the current cancellation probabilities would be 20% Two-Hour Delay, and 60% Closing.

Next Update:
Sunday Afternoon.

If there had been a 10pm update, the decrease in radar returns would have been reflected in a 20D, 40C decrease.
Ultimately, the entire forecast was wrong- - no more than 0.25"

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