Monday February 3

Snow possible Thursday
School Forecast through:
Wednesday February 6th
Last Updated: 3:00PM Monday February 3, 2020
Delay No School Early Dismissal
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3PM Monday

After a warm and sunny start to the week today, our weather will become more unsettled. Expecting overcast skies for the rest of the week. Thursday is the day to watch as accumulating snow will be possible in the morning.

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Essentially, this week we will be under the influence of a flow of moisture from the south. This is a set up that we've seen countless times this winter, and is often characterized as several days of cloudy skies with light rain and moderate temperatures. Expecting skies to begin clouding up on Tuesday. Tuesday and Wednesday will both have a very slight risk for some periodic drizzle. The best chance for drizzle appears to be late Tuesday night. Wednesday night into Thursday a surge of moisture will move through the region. It currently appears that temperatures will dip into the upper 20s Wednesday night, which should allow for a period of sleet or snow early Thursday. Any frozen precipitation is likely to transition to rain showers by mid-day Thursday. Conditions are likely to dry out Thursday afternoon, before a second pulse of moisture moves in Thursday night. This second batch is likely to result in plain rain Thursday night through Friday morning.

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At this time, there is the potential for accumulating snow or sleet Thursday morning. Snow/sleet is likely to begin around 1AM and continue through late morning before transitioning to rain showers. Trends over the past four days have consistently supported light snow accumulations. The Kingston area is most likely to see about 2 or 3 inches of snow at this time. Moderate impacts to the Thursday morning commute are currently expected.

Next Update:
Tuesday night

-Ethan

Extended Outlook Probabilities
Updated: 3PM Monday February 3rd
Valid through Sunday February 9th

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Delay Very Low Very Low
Medium
Very Low
Very Low Very Low
Closing
Very Low Very Low High
Very Low
Very Low Very Low
Dismissal
Very Low Very Low Very Low
Very Low
Very Low Very Low
Snow/ice Very Low Very Low
High
Very Low
Very Low Low
Rain Low
Low
Medium
High
Very Low Very Low
< 32°F
Very Low
Low
Medium
Medium
High
Medium
Windy
Very Low Very Low Very Low
Very Low
Very Low
Very Low
Delay, Closing, and Dismissal refer to potential school impacts. All other categories are weather conditions. Impact probabilities offer a general sense of upcoming conditions, but are not specific forecasts.

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