Tuesday December 2 2014

Some snow tonight

Some snow tonight
Last Updated:
1:30PM Tuesday
December 2, 2014

School Forecast For:
Wednesday December 3, 2014
Two Hour Delay No School Early Dismissal
20% 0% 0%

Forecast Overview
Last Updated: 1:30PM December 2nd

1:30PM Tuesday

Expect light snow to develop by about 4PM.
Light snow continues through about midnight.
Expect the changeover to rain showers to occur between 12AM and 4AM. An inch or so of wet snow accumulation is possible.
All precipitation should end around sunrise.
Temperatures should bottom out near 32.

Update by 10PM tonight

5:00PM Monday

Welcome to December!

A weak system will trek through the region Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. This system could bring a bout of snow changing to rain. As of right now, not expecting significant totals, and the main factor in the forecast for Wednesday morning will be the timing of any frozen precipitation that falls and the timing of any change over to rain. Calmer weather should build in for the second half of the week with conditions remaining dry at least through Friday.

Kingston's snow total for the month of November was 6.2 inches. This is the highest pre-December snow total for the past decade. The previous highest pre-December total was during the 2011-2012 season when 5.7 inches of snow fell on October 29th.

Quick-Forecast Table
AM Temp
PM Temp
Weather Confidence
Tuesday 22-27 30-35 PM Clouds
Wednesday 30-35 40-45
AM Snow/Rain
Thursday 30-35 35-40
Friday 20-30 30-40
Partly Cloudy Medium
Saturday 30-40 35-45 Rain Showers
Sunday 25-35 35-45 Partly Cloudy
Last Updated: 5:00PM Monday December 1, 2014
Kingstonsnows Text Forecast
Last Updated: 5:00PM December 1st

Tuesday and Wednesday

Clouds building in Tuesday afternoon.
Light snow developing Tuesday evening.
Snow mixing with, then changing over to rain early Wednesday morning. All precipitation clearing around sunrise.
Overnight lows around 30.

Any snow accumulations will depend on the timing of the changeover, however, right now it appears that there is the potential for an inch or so at least on the grassy surfaces. Temperatures in the 40s should melt any accumulations on Wednesday.

Thursday and Friday

No significant weather anticipated.
Temperatures generally running in the 30's.
Low temperatures could dip into the 20's Thursday night.

Saturday and Sunday

Warmer with a chance of rain showers, mainly on Saturday.
Clouds lingering into Sunday morning.
Highs around 40, lows in the 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 (Dec. 1) - - - -
Tuesday (Dec. 2) None None None High
Wednesday (Dec. 3) Medium Low None Medium
Thursday (Dec. 4) None None
None High
Friday (Dec. 5)
None None None High
Long range impact last Updated: 5:00PM December 1, 2014

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