Friday February 22

Generally a calm week

School Forecast through:
Monday February 25th
Last Updated: 10:30AM Friday February 22, 2019
Delay No School Early Dismissal
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10:30AM Friday

The upcoming week will feature generally calm conditions. The exceptions will be Sunday and possibly Wednesday.

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The weekend starts calm on Saturday. Saturday evening, a storm system will approach the region. Expecting this storm to arrive early Saturday night, likely after 7PM. There's a slight chance of some sleet at the onset, but no accumulation or impacts are expected at this time. Any sleet changes to all rain shortly after beginning. Rain continues Saturday night into Sunday morning. Storm ends by Sunday afternoon with calm but overcast conditions for Monday and Tuesday. On Wednesday there is the potential for some light snow from a weak storm system. At this time, it is not certain that this system actually develops, so we'll have to wait and see. If snow does develop light accumulations will be possible which could cause travel impacts. We'll have to reassess this one later this weekend.

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Have a great weekend, and we'll reassess any upcoming snow potential on Sunday!


School Impact Outlook
Updated: Sunday February 24th
For February 25th through March 1st

Day (Date) Snow/Ice Delay Cancellation Early Dismissal
Monday (25) Very Low
Very Low
Very Low
Very Low
Tuesday (26)
Very Low
Very Low
Very Low
Very Low
Wednesday (27)
Medium
Very Low
Very Low
Low
Thursday (28)
Low
Low
Very Low
Very Low
Friday (1)
Very Low
Very Low
Very Low
Very Low
School impact outlooks 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

KingstonSnows ♦ Kingston, NY
Since January 2009
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