Saturday January 26

Mid-week storm, Intense cold

School Forecast for:
Monday January 28th
Last Updated: 11PM Saturday January 26, 2019
Delay No School Early Dismissal
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11PM Saturday

The coming week will feature generally calm weather conditions. The exception to this will be a storm passing through Tuesday into Wednesday. A dose of very cold air will follow the storm.

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Sunday a dry cold front will pass through the region. This front is likely to result in clouds, and there is a very slight possibility of a snow shower with highs reaching the mid-30s. Sunday night, temperatures fall to the lower teens. Skies clear on Monday behind the cold front, but temperatures will be noticeably cooler only reaching the mid-20s. On Tuesday, a stronger storm system will move through the region. This storm system is likely to bring a light snow transitioning to sleet or ice. At this time, light snow is likely during the late afternoon. Snow may mix with sleet or ice as the evening progresses. Around midnight, a steadier snow or sleet is likely to develop before ending very early Wednesday morning before sunrise. There is the potential for light accumulation. Based on the current forecast, the Wednesday morning commute is likely to be impacted by lingering road conditions.

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The second half of the week remains dry and generally clear. As the storm departs Wednesday morning, very cold air will roll through the region. Temperatures Wednesday are likely to reach the low 20s, and then plummet to near zero Wednesday night. Thursday's temperatures barely make the teens before gradually moderating to the low 20s Friday and Saturday.

Next Update:
Sunday Morning


School Impact Probability
Updated: Saturday January 26, 2019
For January 28th through February 1st

Day Snow/Ice Delay Cancellation Early Dismissal
Monday (28) Very Low
Very Low
Very Low Very Low
Tuesday (29)
Medium
Very Low
Very Low
Low
Wednesday (30)
Low
Medium
Low
Very Low
Thursday (31)
Very Low
Very Low
Very Low
Very Low
Friday (1)
Very Low
Very Low
Very Low
Very Low
School impact probabilities offer a general sense of upcoming conditions, but are not specific forecasts.


Season Forecast
5:00AM Wednesday January 2nd

Kingstonsnows is formally forecasting a total of 34 inches of snow this winter, with a likely range of 22 to 46 inches. This forecast is below the average seasonal total of 44.8 inches.

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Although the forecast anticipates a likely range of 22 to 46 inches, there is about a 25% chance of less than 22 inches of snow, and a 25% chance of more than 46 inches of snow. It is important to remember that it only takes one well placed nor'easter to dump significant snowfall. Additional details about how the forecast is made can be found HERE. We'll see how the forecast holds up by April!

-Ethan

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