Monday November 11, 2013

Cold, Dry Week

3:00 P.M. Monday November 11th, 2013

School Forecast for:
Tuesday November 12th

Two Hour Delay Cancellation Early Dismissal
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Easy come, easy go, this week will bring no snow
… for the most part anyway.

The significant snowstorm that some of the models were hinting at for this week will not materialize.

Instead this week will bring cool, dry weather with temperatures generally ranging from the 30's to 50's.

The one exception to this will occur tonight.
A strong cold front currently extends from the Great Lakes to the Mid-West.

As the front passes through tonight, there is a 60% chance of rain changing to snow. Precipitation should be generally light, but we could see a dusting to less than half an inch of snow accumulation before sunrise. Overnight lows tonight will be around 31, so there may be patchy black ice before 7AM.

Otherwise, the main feature of this front will be notably cooler temperatures on Tuesday and Wednesday. Daytime highs will barely reach 40, and overnight lows will dip into the upper teens and lower 20's.

Cool, dry weather will be in place for the remainder of the week.
Expect highs in the 50's, and lows in the 30's.

Next Update:
Friday Afternoon.

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