Sunday April 14

That's a wrap!
School Forecast through:
The end of the school year
Last Updated: 6:00PM Sunday April 14, 2019
Delay No School Early Dismissal
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6PM Sunday

Now that we're halfway through April, I just wanted to leave you all with a brief recap of this past winter. Overall, this winter ended up pretty darn close to average. Kingston picked up 46.2 inches of snow. For comparison, the 2004-2018 average total was 44.9" but previous winters have ranged from less than 12 inches to over 70! As for KingstonSnow's seasonal forecast [Link], it wasn't too terrible, but certainly wasn't perfect. Back on January 2nd a "below average" season was forecast. The forecast called for 34 inches of snow, plus or minus 12 inches, resulting in a "likely range" of 22 to 46 inches. Our wet snowflakes the other week put us just barely over the 46. While a +/- 12 inch range may seem pretty wide to some people, it accurately reflected the possibilities that existed for an entire season over three months in advance.

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Surprisingly, the largest single snowfall of the season was our very first one back in November with 9.5 inches. After a prolonged lull in December, January whipped up our 2nd and 3rd largest storms of the season which got us back to normal. Temperature-wise… between December 1st and March 31st, the average temperature was 32.2 degrees (12th warmest of the last 64 years), the lowest temperature was -6˚, and the warmest temperature was 73˚.

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Thank you to everyone who followed along this winter, and I hope you all enjoyed it as much as I did. Occasional updates may be posted on the KingstonSnows Facebook Page between now and the autumn, but this will be the last post on this page until the snow & cold return. Enjoy the warm season!

-Ethan

School Impact Outlook
Updated: Sunday April 14th
Through the rest of the school year

Day Snow/Ice Delay Cancellation Early Dismissal
Monday Very Low Very Low
Very Low Very Low
Tuesday
Very Low
Very Low
Very Low
Very Low
Wednesday
Very Low
Very Low
Very Low
Very Low
Thursday
Very Low
Very Low
Very Low
Very Low
Friday
Very Low
Very Low
Very Low
Very Low
School impact outlooks offer a general sense of upcoming conditions, but are not specific forecasts.

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