Sunday December 21 2014

Wet first week of winter

Last Updated:
5:00PM Sunday
December 21, 2014

School Forecast For:
Monday December 22nd

Two Hour Delay No School Early Dismissal
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Forecast Overview
Last Updated: 5:00PM December 21st

5:00PM Sunday

Today marks the first official calendar day of Winter 2014-2015! We have an active but wet week shaping up.

The week will start off dry on Monday. Monday night, however, a weak storm system off the coast will begin to introduce a threat of light precipitation into Tuesday. As of right now, temperatures Monday night look to bottom out right around the freezing mark, so while we may see some light wintery precipitation, accumulations do not look to be an issue right now. Periodic rain showers look to be the main "threat" for Tuesday.

By Wednesday, a much stronger low pressure system will move northward from the Gulf of Mexico. This storm will bring with it a significant amount of precipitation. Locally, we should see steady rain for most of Wednesday with notably warmer temperatures, and possibly breezy conditions. Storm clears out late Wednesday night. Generally cloudy but dry conditions should be the rule of thumb for the remainder of the week as several weaker storm systems pass by the area.

If needed, there will be an update Monday night.

Quick-Forecast Table

AM Temp PM Temp Weather Confidence
Monday 25-30 35-40 PM Clouds
High

Tuesday 30-35 40-45 Rain showers High

Wednesday 38-43 48-53 Rain High

Thursday 40-50 30-40 AM Clouds Medium

Friday 25-35 35-45 Mostly Cloudy Medium

Saturday 25-35 30-40 Partly Cloudy Low

Sunday 15-25 25-35 Mostly Cloudy Low

Last Updated: 5:00PM Sunday December 21, 2014

Kingstonsnows Text Forecast

Last Updated: 5:00PM December 21st

Monday

No significant weather anticipated.
Temperatures in the 30s.

Tuesday and Wednesday

Rain showers possible on Tuesday.
Steady rain likely for Wednesday.
Progressively warmer temperatures each day.
Highs possibly reaching the lower 50s for Wednesday.

Thursday through Saturday

No significant weather anticipated.
Temperatures generally ranging from
the upper 20s to the lower 40s.

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. 15) None None None High

Tuesday (Dec. 16) Low None None High

Wednesday (Dec. 17) None None None High

Thursday (Dec. 18) None None
None High

Friday (Dec. 19) None None None High

Long range impact last Updated: 5:00PM December 21, 2014

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