Thursday March 29, 2012

Light system to end the week

Updated:
10:00P.M. Monday March 26, 2012

Welcome to Kingston Snows!!

School Forecast For:
Monday through Friday
Two-Hour Delay Cancellation Early Dismissal
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A system will pass to our south Friday night into Saturday. This system will give us light rain, with possibly some late season snow.

Friday
Increasing clouds.
High 50

Friday night- Saturday Morning
Rain developing by midnight.
Rain possibly mixing with and changing to snow between 3AM and 9AM.
There is the potential for a coating to half an inch of snow accumulation.
Overnight low of 31.

Saturday
Mostly cloudy
A slight chance of showers before noon.
High 50. Low 34.

Sunday
Mostly cloudy.
A chance of afternoon showers.
High 58. Low 41.

Monday through Thursday
Mostly clear. A chance of showers on Tuesday.
Highs in the mid 50's to mid 60's.
Lows around 40.

Any snow that does fall Friday night into Saturday morning should be light with no more than half an inch. It is common to see a late season snow threat like this, with the most notable over the past few years having occurred on April 15, 2007 when an intense storm dropped 1.25 inches of snow and up to seven inches of rain. Kingston cancelled classes the following day, April 16, mainly due to flooding.

Tomorrow's system will no be anywhere near the magnitude of April 15, 2007, but I will have an update tomorrow night in case there are any changes to mention.

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Friday Evening

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