Saturday March 16, 2013

Winter's last stand?

10:00AM Saturday March 16, 2013

School Forecast for:
Monday March 18, 2013
Two-hour Delay Cancellation Early Dismissal
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Yet another storm system will impact the region Monday into Tuesday.

Locally, looking at almost a repeat of last week's cancellation.
Currently expecting snow to develop Monday evening, and persist through late Tuesday afternoon before mixing with rain. Once again looking at temperatures just barely getting below freezing, so snow will likely have trouble sticking initially. Nevertheless, moderate accumulations are possible through Tuesday morning.


A chance of snow showers this evening,
mainly between 3PM and 7PM
High 35.


Mostly clear.
A bit breezy with gusts up to 20mph.
Morning low of 17.
High 38.


Increasing clouds.
Afternoon rain or snow showers possible.
A change over to snow during the evening.
50% chance of precipitation after 2PM.
90% chance of precipitation after 8PM.
Afternoon high of 38.


possibly heavy before daybreak.
Snow mixing with rain in the afternoon.
80% chance of precipitation.
Overnight snow accumulation of 2 to 5 inches possible.
Morning low of 31.
Afternoon high of 38.


Partly cloudy.
Slight chance of snow showers.
Morning low of 25.
High 39.

I did an evaluation of Groundhog's Day forecasts a while ago determining what constitutes an "early spring," and how accurate those forecasts are. Included is a look at why this season should not be considered an "early spring."
Feel free to give it a read.

Next Update:
Monday Morning.

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