Sunday November 16 2014

Wintry mix possible.

Last Updated:
12:45 PM Thursday
November 16, 2014

School Forecast For:
Monday November, 14th
Two Hour Delay No School Early Dismissal
20% 0% 0%

Forecast Overview
Last Updated: 12:45PM November 16th

12:45PM Sunday

A low pressure center will trek from the Gulf of Mexico, through the eastern US, and up into Canada tonight and tomorrow. This storm will spread precipitation across our area beginning after midnight tonight, and continuing though most of Monday.

Like this past Thursday's storm, temperatures for this system look to be around the boarder line for a rain/frozen precipitation event. The surface temperatures look to fall to around 30-32 degrees during the early morning hours on Monday, and this could again support some wet snowflakes, possibly accumulating on mainly grassy surfaces. The issue with this storm, however, is that the temperatures in the atmosphere support ice more than they support snow, and we could see a couple hours of freezing rain.

At the moment, any snow accumulations look to be under half an inch. Ice accumulations are more difficult to forecast, but appear to be less than a tenth of an inch— a light glaze on the surfaces that it sticks to. Because surface temperatures only look to bottom out in the 30 to 32 degree range, it is questionable how much of this will stick to roadways. For now, have gone with a 20% chance for delay, and will have an update by 10PM tonight.

Next Update by 10PM

Kingstonsnows Forecast
Last Updated: 12:45PM November 16th


Snow showers developing around 1AM.
Snow transitioning to Freezing rain around 4AM.
Rain or freezing rain through 7AM, then all rain.
Rain tapering off between 7PM and 10PM.

Up to half an inch of snow accumulation possible, on mainly grassy surfaces. A light glaze of ice possible. Up to three quarters of an inch of rainfall possible.

Morning low of 30 to 32. Afternoon high in the lower 40s.


Sunny, windy, and Cold.
Morning temperatures in the upper 20s to around 30.
Temperatures barely getting above freezing.
Temperatures falling into the lower 20s by the evening.

Wednesday through Friday
Chilly, but mostly sunny.
Lows in the upper 20s to mid 20s.
Highs in the upper 20s to upper 30s.

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 (Nov. 17) Medium Low None Medium
Tuesday (Nov. 18) None None None High
Wednesday (Nov. 19) None None None High
Thursday (Nov. 20) None None None High
Friday (Nov. 21) None None None High
Long range impact last Updated: 12:45PM November 16, 2014

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