Friday March 2, 2012

Rainstorm to start the weekend

5:30P.M. Thursday March 1, 2012

Welcome to Kingston Snows!!

School Forecast For:
Friday March 2, 2012
Two-Hour Delay Cancellation Early Dismissal
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A potent system over the eastern US is currently producing some of the mos severe weather of the season over the southeastern states. In the Hudson Valley, this system will produce rain tonight into Saturday, possibly mixing with some wintry precipitation.

Rain may mix with now or sleet at times.
Little or no snow accumulation expected.
Temperatures will hold steady around 35 degrees.

Especially in the morning.
Expect significant snow melt.
High of 52. Overnight low of 30.

Partly cloudy.
High of 42. Low of 19.

Cooler. Sunny.
High of 38. Low of 15.

The forecast for the next week, does not indicate any potential snowstorms, and after a brief shot of cooler air coming out of this weekend, temperatures are expected to climb a little bit each day next week. Over the last seven years, four winters have ended during the first week of March, one has ended during the second week of March, and two have ended during the third week of March. Given the current 7-day forecast, and the mild nature of this winter, I would say that there is a 70% chance that the last appreciable snow of the season has already fallen.

Winter 2011-2012 Snowfall Statistics

Season total: 20.90 inches
First: October 29, 2011
Latest: March 01, 2012
October: 5.70 inches
November: 0.00 inches
December: 0.00 inches
January: 6.50 inches
February: 8.45 inches
March: 0.25 inches.
Two-hour delays: 2*
Early dismissals: 1
Cancellations: 2*

*Not including the cancellation and two delays from Hurricane Irene in September.

Enjoy the snow while it's out there, because after
it's gone it may not be coming back.

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Saturday Afternoon

History of Kingston Snowstorms

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