Thursday February 27 2014

calm continues… for now

Last Updated:
6:30PM Thursday
February 27, 2014

School Forecast For:
Friday February 28th
Two Hour Delay No School Early Dismissal
0% 0% 0%
Brief Overview
Last Updated: 6:00PM Feb. 27th

6:00PM Thursday

Friday and Saturday
No significant weather.

Sunday and Monday
A storm system looks to develop over the southern US and move through the mid-Atlantic states, giving us snow in the process. The main factor that will determine how much snow our area sees will be a high pressure over southern Canada.

This high will act to shunt the storm to the south and east. If the high is stronger, snow will have difficulty progressing northward… meaning less snow for us. If it is weaker, snow will push further north… meaning a better shot at greater accumulations.

As of right now,
some light snow is possible during the day on Sunday with no more than an inch or so throughout the entire day. This will not be the main storm, but will be precipitation well ahead of the main system. Likely looking at a lull Sunday evening.

Assuming the storm pushes northward enough to affect us… snow redevelops early Monday morning and pretty much continues throughout the day. While it is still very early, accumulations on Monday have been trending toward the 3 to 7 inch range… could be more, could be less… depends on the intensity of that high pressure.

Tuesday and Wednesday
No significant weather.
High pressure behind the storm builds in for most of next week.


I plan to have a full update Saturday afternoon.


Kingstonsnows Extended Forecast
Last Updated: 9:30PM Feb. 24th

Forecast at a glance
- AM °F PM °F Weather Timing Confidence
Monday 20 - 25 25 - 30 Some clouds - High
Tuesday 16 - 21 25 - 30 Some clouds - High
Wednesday 15 - 20 20 - 25 Mostly cloudy - Medium
Thursday 7 - 12 18 - 23 Snow Showers 4PM-9PM Medium
Friday 4 - 14 14 - 24 Clear - Medium
Saturday 15 - 25 23 - 33 Flurries - Low
Sunday 0 - 10 15 - 25 Some Clouds - Low


Periods of clouds,
especially in the morning.
A slight chance of morning flurries or snow showers.
Temperatures in the 20 to 30 range.


Periods of clouds, but dry.
Temperatures in the 15 to 30 range.


A slight chance of some snow showers.
No more than a dusting of accumulation.
Temperatures in the 15 to 25 range.


Generally clear.
A chance of snow showers in the evening.
Temperatures in the 7 to 23 range.


Generally clear.
Temperatures in the 4 to 24 range.


A chance of snow.
Light accumulations possible.
Not as cold.
Temperatures in the 15 to 33 range.


Colder with some clouds.
Temperatures in the 0 to 24 range.

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 (24) Low None None High
Tuesday (25) None None None High
Wednesday (26) None None Low Medium
Thursday (27) None None None High
Friday (28) None None None Medium
Long range impact last Updated: 7:00PM February 23rd

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