Saturday November 24, 2012

Lake effect snow

11:00A.M. Saturday November 24, 2012

School Forecast For:
Monday November 26, 2012
Two-Hour Delay Cancellation Early Dismissal
0% 0% 0%

Lakes Erie and Ontario are currently in "snow mode."
The latest radar shows lake effect snow occurring from the Adirondacks through Ohio, and as far east as the Catskills. Here in Kingston, not really expecting much… maybe some flurries this evening.

The next snow threat looks to occur Tuesday into Wednesday.
At the current time, there is the potential for a rain/snow event with a period of all snow. There is the potential for snow accumulations. I will address this potential system more on Sunday and Monday.

Mostly cloudy.
A 30% chance of snow showers.
A dusting of snow is possible.
West winds around 10 mph.
Afternoon high of 40. A low of 27.


Mostly cloudy.
West wind around 14 mph.
High temperature around 40 degrees.
Morning low temperature around 23.


Partly cloudy.
Increasing evening clouds.
High temperature of 45 degrees.
Morning low around 25 degrees.

Tuesday through Wednesday

Mostly Cloudy.
Rain or snow developing by Tuesday afternoon.
Precipitation changing to snow Tuesday night.
Precipitation ending as rain or snow Wednesday morning.
Highs around 40.
Overnight low around 30.
50% chance of precipitation.

Next Update:
Sunday evening

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