Sunday March 30 2014

Calm start to the week

Last Updated:
2:30PM Sunday
March 30, 2014
School Forecast For:
Monday through Wednesday

Two Hour Delay No School Early Dismissal
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Brief Overview
Last Updated: 2:30PM March 30th

2:30PM Sunday

Rain will re-develop across the evening this evening, and persist through the early morning hours. Not expecting it to be as heavy as last night. Most of the rain should fall before 2AM, with a chance of showers through 8AM.

Temperatures should stay just above freezing, so not anticipating any ice related problems tomorrow morning, but will monitor the trends this evening.

The start of the week looks pretty calm. We could see rain showers entering the picture beginning Wednesday afternoon, but nothing major right now. Next weekend could bring another rainstorm.

Temperature-wise this week, this will be the first week where we are almost entirely above freezing. Low temperatures will dip into the lower 30s. Highs should make the 40s and 50s for the most part.

Kingstonsnows Extended Forecast
Last Updated: 11:00AM March 22nd

Forecast at a glance
- AM °F
PM °F
Weather Timing Confidence
Sunday 23 - 27 30 - 35 Clear - High
Monday 10 - 15 25 30 Clear - High
Tuesday 21 - 26 30 - 35 Snow Showers After 10AM High
Wednesday 20 - 25 30 - 35 Snow Showers? Before 8AM Medium
Thursday 10 - 20 28 - 38 Partly Cloudy - Medium
Friday 25 - 35 45 - 55 Some Sun - Medium
Saturday 40 - 50 45 - 55 Rain Before 9PM Medium

Sunday and Monday

No significant weather.
Mostly sunny skies, and dry.
Temperatures ranging from the lower teens,
to the middle 30's.

Tuesday and Wednesday

Coastal storm treks to our south, putting us right on the northern fridge. Any snow accumulations look to be in the zero to three inch range Tuesday into Tuesday night. The low will draw slightly cooler air into the region starting Wednesday … some gusty afternoon winds Wednesday as well?

Thursday and Friday

No significant weather.
Another high pressure builds in giving fair weather to end the work week. A low pressure threatening potentially heavy rain for Saturday will surge temperatures to near 50 beginning Friday.

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) None None None High
Tuesday (25) None None Low Medium
Wednesday (26) Low None None Medium
Thursday (27) None None None High
Friday (28) None None None High
Long range impact last Updated: 11:00AM March 22, 2014

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