Monday January 6 2014

Polar plunge round 2

Last Updated:

5:15AM Monday
January 6, 2014

School Forecast For:
Tuesday January 6th

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

Brief Overview
Last Updated: 5:15AM Jan. 6th

5:15AM Monday

A band of moderate to heavy rainfall will push into the area between 5:30AM and 6AM. This should last through the late morning.

The much anticipated cold front will be at the back edge of this precipitation, accompanied by sub-freezing air. Can't rule out some brief snow showers as the rain tapers off. Temperatures will run from 5 to 15 degrees Tuesday through Wednesday afternoon. Windchills will fall below freezing.

I'll have an update by 10:00PM tonight,
as black ice may be a concern with all of today's melt.
I hope to have a full update to the extended forecast tonight as well.

Next update:
10:00PM Monday


Kingstonsnows Forecast
Last Updated: 4:00PM Jan. 3rd

Forecast at a glance
- AM Temp PM Temp Weather Timing Confidence
Saturday -10 to -5 18 to 23 Clear - High
Sunday 10 to 15 33 to 40 Mix to Rain P.M. High
Monday 42 to 47 15 to 20 Rain A.M. Medium
Tuesday -10 to 0 5 to 15 Clear - Medium
Wednesday 0 to 10 15-20 Clear - Medium
Thursday 10 to 20 20 to 30 Snow P.M. Low
Friday 15 to 25 20 to 30 Snow A.M. Low


Rain, especially during the early morning.
A chance of snow as the rain tapers
off during the early afternoon.
Up to half an inch of rain,
less than half an inch of snow.

Temperatures falling from the lower to mid 40s,
to around freezing by during the afternoon,
to the upper teens by the evening.


Generally clear, but bitterly cold.
Morning temperatures as low as -10.
Rising into the upper singles or lower teens.


Generally clear, not quite as cold.
Temperatures ranging from 0 to the upper teens.


Cloudy with snow possible after noon.
Snow developing through the evening.
Light evening accumulations possible.

Morning temperatures in the teens.
Afternoon temperatures in the 20s.


A chance of snow in the morning.
Clearing skies for the afternoon.

Temperatures ranging from the
mid teens to the upper 20s.

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) None
Tuesday (07) None None None High
Wednesday (08) None None None High
Thursday (09) None None None Medium
Friday (10) Medium
None Low

Next Update:

10:00PM Monday

Kingstonsnows ♦ Kingston, NY

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