Thursday January 2 2014

Significant Snowstorm

Last Updated:

10:00PM Thursday
January 2, 2014

School Forecast For:
Friday January 3rd

Two Hour Delay No School Early Dismissal
10% 90% 0%

Brief Overview
Last Updated: 10:00PM Jan. 2

10:00PM Thursday

As of 10PM, just under 4 inches of snow in Kingston.
This is on the low side of the forecast range, so expecting totals to be on the lower side as well. Snow should
taper off after 5AM.

The national weather service has a map of the regional storm reports thus far available through this Link. However, I must warn you if you're a snow lover. The map is a little painful considering how close we are to some pretty
significant totals just to our north.

Tomorrow's windchills will be dangerously cold, and may not rise above zero. Please use caution if you have to venture outside.


Next Update:
Friday Morning

Kingstonsnows Forecast
Last Updated: 11:00AM Jan. 2

Forecast at a glance
- AM Temp PM Temp Weather Timing Confidence
Today 14 10-20 Snow: 4" to 7" AM & PM High
Friday 0-5 5-15 Snow: 1" to 3" A.M. High
Saturday -10-0 22-27
Clear - High
Sunday 25-30 32-37 Clouds; Wintry Mix P.M. Medium
Monday 32-37 5-15 Rain/Snow/Mix A.M. Low
Tuesday -10 - +5 -5 - +10 Clear - Medium
Wednesday -5 - +5 13-17 Clear - Low


Light to moderate snow throughout the day.
2 to 5 inches by 8:00PM.

Temperatures ranging from the
lower to upper teens.


Bitterly cold.

Snow, mainly in the morning.
A slight chance of snow showers
through the early afternoon.

Total storm accumulations in the 7 to 11 inch range.
Best-Guess pinpoint total for Kingston: 9 inches.

Temperatures generally from 0 to 15 degrees.
Gusty morning winds possible, with dangerously cold
windchills of 0 to -15 degrees.

Blowing snow could also be of some concern
in the early morning.


Generally clear.
Morning lows of 0 to -10,
Afternoon highs in the mid 20s.


Increasing clouds,
Rain, snow, or a wintry mix possible in the evening.
Temperatures ranging from the mid 20s to lower 30s.


Wintry mix possible during the morning.
Temperatures falling throughout the day
from the lower 30s to the lower teens or single digits.


Generally clear, but bitterly cold.
Temperatures ranging from -10 to +10.


Generally clear.
Temperatures ranging from 0 to the mid teens.

Long-range school impact (probability)
The long range impact is a general outlook, and is not a specific forecast.
Day (Date) Delay Cancellation E.D. Confidence
Monday (06) Medium
None Low
Tuesday (07) None None None Medium
Wednesday (08) None None None Medium
Thursday (02) None High None High
Friday (03) None High None High

Next Update:

Friday Morning

Kingstonsnows ♦ Kingston, NY

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