Sunday November 22 2014

Rain tonight into Tomorrow

Last Updated:
3:00PM Sunday
November 23, 2014

School Forecast For:
Monday November 24th
Two Hour Delay No School Early Dismissal
0% 0% 0%

Forecast Overview
Last Updated: 3:00PM November 23rd

3:00PM Sunday

Just a quick update to acknowledge the increasing potential for a coastal storm to affect us Wednesday into Thursday. I will wait until tomorrow evening to update the forecasts, but do want to note that there is the potential for light accumulating snow with this storm. We're still looking at rain in the forecast tonight into tomorrow morning.

5:00PM Friday

High pressure that has kept our weather quite chilly over the past few days will slide off the coast as we head into the weekend. This will allow for a southerly wind flow to develop across the eastern US this weekend, generating more seasonable temperatures.

As the high shifts out of the picture, a low pressure will develop across the Great Lakes. This low will surge a warm front through the region on Monday allowing for the warmest temperatures we’ve seen in nearly two weeks.

With it will also come a likely chance of rain. Rain tapers off Monday evening as the trailing cold front swings through. Behind the front, generally dry conditions and temperatures fairly typical of late November should settle in through the middle of the week.

Forecast Table
AM Temp PM Temp Weather Confidence
Saturday 30-35 40-45 AM Sun, PM Clouds High
Sunday 35-40 50-55 Mostly Cloudy High
Monday 38-45 58-63 Rain High
Tuesday 35-45 40-50 Sunny Medium
Wednesday 25-35 30-45 Mostly Sunny Medium
Thursday 25-35 35-45 Partly Cloudy Low
Friday 20-30 30-40 Partly Cloudy Low
Last Updated: 5:00PM Friday November 21st
Kingstonsnows Text Forecast
Last Updated: 5:00PM November 21st

The Weekend

Sunny to start the weekend, with increasing clouds .
Mostly cloudy on Sunday.
Highs in the 40s on Saturday, and 50s on Sunday.
Lows in the 30s.


mainly during the morning and early afternoon.
Total rainfall of around half an inch likely.
Temperatures possibly reaching the lower 60s.
Morning lows around 40.

Tuesday through Friday

No significant weather.
Highs generally in the 40s, lows generally around 30.
Each day will feel slightly colder than the one before.

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. 24) None None None High
Tuesday (Nov. 25) None None None High
Wednesday (Nov. 26) None None None High
Thursday (Nov. 27) None None None High
Friday (Nov. 28) None None None High
Long range impact last Updated: 5:00PM November 21, 2014

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