9:00A.M. Tuesday February 28, 2012
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School Forecast For:
Wednesday February 29, 2012
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Another winter storm will impact the region Wednesday through Thursday. This storm will produce an extended period of snow as well as mixed precipitation.
Mostly sunny. Increasing clouds during the evening.
Highs round 42. Lows around 29.
A chance of snow before noon, and then snow likely after noon.
2 to 5 inches of snow is possible through sunset.
After noon high around 34.
Warm air will begin to work it's way into the upper levels of the atmosphere during the evening. The result will be that snow will begin to change over to a mixture of sleet and freezing rain around 6PM.
An extended period of freezing rain and sleet will persist throughout the nigh, possibly mixing with either snow or rain at times.
There is the potential for up to a quarter of an inch of ice accretion, however, ice accretion is very difficult to forecast.
Lows will be around 32 or 31 degrees.
Freezing rain and sleet, possibly mixed with snow.
Wintery precipitation will taper off around 7AM. Light rain, snow, or sleet is possible throughout the rest of the morning.
Highs around 41. Evening lows around 34.
After a mostly cloudy, but dry, day on Friday, we will be dealing with nother storm by the weekend. Right now this storm looks mainly rain.
As far as possible school impacts go, right now it looks like the main affects will be Wednesday afternoon into evening. This will limit
Kingston picked up 3.25 inches of snow on Friday.
This brought the season total snowfall to 16.35 inches.
History of Kingston Snowstorms