First snow of the season
8:00P.M. Tuesday November 6, 2012
School Forecast For:
Thursday November 8, 2012
Two-Hour Delay Cancellation Early Dismissal
40% 10% 0%
An offshore nor'easter will bring the first snowfall of the season Wednesday night into Thursday.
Increasing clouds throughout the morning.
There is a 40% chance of light rain developing between 3PM and 7PM.
Winds will be light and out of the northeast.
Light rain should overspread the region by 10PM.
Rain will likely mix with, and then change to light snow by midnight.
A breezy north wind, some gusts as high as 30 mph possible.
There is a 60% chance of precipitation.
Light snow through 7AM, before tapering off or changing to light drizzle.
Thursday will remain mostly cloudy with a chance of drizzle through the morning. It will remain breezy with winds 20 mph winds. Some gusts may approch 30 mph.
High temperatures will top out around 40 degrees on Wednesday, and 45 degrees on Thursday. The low temperature Wednesday night will be around 32 degrees.
The district will likely pick up around an inch of snow, but actual totals could ranch from half an inch to two inches. It is worth noting that the two extremes of this range, would have significantly different school impacts. Probabilities will be reassessed in the next update.