Wednesday February 6, 2013

Snow threat through Friday

Updated:
9:30PM Wednesday March 6, 2013

School Forecast for:
Thursday March 7, 2013
Two-hour Delay Cancellation Early Dismissal
20% 0% 0%

9:30PM Update:

Dry conditions to persist through midnight.
We may see light snow develop after midnight.
Any snow should wane before sunrise.

National Weather Service is still indicating up to half an inch of accumulation, but at this point we're probably looking at a coating to a quarter inch.

Precipitation will redevelop late tomorrow afternoon ahead of a secondary storm system that will impact us Thursday night.

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5:55PM Update:

The trend this afternoon has been for a slightly reduced impact.
Still expecting some light snow overnight, but now expecting maximum amounts of no more than half an inch across the district.

Considered knocking the delay probabilities slightly, but will maintain the 30% for now. A delay is still possible, but not likely.

I'll see how the radar looks later,
and will have a final update at 9:30PM.


1:15PM Update:
We will be on the northern fringe of a storm system currently centered over Maryland. This set up will pull some light precipitation into our region through the overnight.

Overnight

Light rain showers will continue this afternoon.
Light snow or snow showers likely after 7PM.
Snow through Thursday morning.
60% chance of snow.

Accumulations will likely be around half an inch in Kingston.
Totals throughout the district will range from less than half an inch out toward Woodstock to around an inch in Esopus.

Cancellation-wise… looking at a borderline delay type accumulation overnight. I'll have an update by 6:00PM, and any final tweaks by 9:30PM.

Thursday

Light snow possible throughout the day.
We will likely see a lull develop during the morning,
followed by snow redeveloping later in the afternoon.

Any accumulations through 3PM should be limited to a coating.
70% chance of snow.
Morning low of 28.
High of 35.

Thursday night

Snow likely after 3PM.
Moderate snow possible.
Snow tapering off around noon Friday.
As of right now, we are likely looking at 2 to 4 inches of snow through Friday morning.

Friday

Mostly cloudy.
Snow ending around noon.
50% chance of snow.
Morning low of 28.
High of 38.

Next Update:
6:00PM Tonight

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