Saturday March 2 2013 xxx 0.2" 0.00" Sn S@6p, E@10p. 0.2" during the evening. accumulations on snow pack, cars, grass, and non-road/driveway surfaces. Non-accumulating ss/light sn throughout the afternoon on Sunday.
Thursday March 7 2013 See March 8, 2013 Cancellation (Phase 1).
Friday March 8 2013 No School 1.9" 0.5" Sn S@12p Thur, E@12p Fri. Phase 1: potent low tracked off midatlantic coast Wed night, w/ region on n'rthrn fringe. Despite fr'cst of 0.5-1.0" Wed night, sn never materialized. Phase 2: (Thur-Fri) expansive outflow from low spread back north and west around the circulation, sending prolonged energy back into NE/NY/NJ as the system stalled several hundred miles southeast of long island. In kingston… ModSn dev'lped moved in from 9a-930.. no acc'ultion. Steadier sn moved in ~12p. Light sn thru afternoon. Some grass accumulation aft 3p. Wet Rds.. puddles. Wet sticky snow. Thru 8p no road acc'ultion.. up to 0.5" on grass/sn pack. First Rd acc'ultion after 9p.. driveways. Stuck to all tree branches. Mod/Steady Sn overnight. Up to 1.8" wet sn by 7a… Ab't 0.5" slushy on Rds. Initially a delay for Kingston(@548a), New Paltz, Saugerties… Steady sn continued. Upped to Cancellation@734a. Light coating on already plowed roads.. slick.. main roads fine for most part. 2edary roads light slick through 10a. Light sn through noon. Total 1.9"… widely varying totals.. and sn rates.. through out region… 7" New Paltz, 1"-2" Kingston-Woodstock, 1" Saugerties, 12" Catskills, 9" Rhinebeck. WWA. Sn rates influenced by geography. Pk temps: Thur max 37, 12-2a 32, 3-10a 31, 11-1p 32-34 |Fc'st: Low 29, 2-4", 1-2" by 6a. WWA-12p Fri.
Tuesday March 12 2013 No impact 1.2" Rain 00.00" Rain S@~3a(?), E@???. Low pressure tracked from US mid-west into southern Canada across mid Ontario/Quebec border. Warm front set up across northern quebec, cold front down applachian spine. Plume of moisture from gulf to north push eastward. thursday morning was located over eastern seaboard. with moderate to heavy rain from Carolinas to Maine. Showers through florida. Taper by 5p. Up to 1.2" Rain Kingston, 0.65" Rain Pk
Friday March 15 2013 No impact 00.00" 00.00" Snow Light snow showers/flurries during the afternoon and evening associated with clipper system. Mainly concentrated in heavier showers around 100130, 400-430, and 1200a-1230a (Sat).
Saturday March 16 2013 xxx 0.2" 00.00 Snow S@2p, E@8p. LSn during the afternoon. Up to 0.2", lesser amounts on defrosted ground. no road accumulations.
Tuesday March 19 2012 No School 5.2" 1.5" Snow S@7p Mon, up to 5" by 230a. dry slot developed by 3am changing over to light freezing rain. about a half inch of ice pellets on top of snow… roads that were plowed before 4a gathered about a quarter inch of ice pellets leading to widespread slush on poorly plowed roads. 4.5" measured at 5am, some indication of compression. light freezing drizzle, mixing with liquid drizzle continued through 615. complete lull between 630 and 715. then light mist/mist pellets. roads mainly slushy/wet by 9am. final band moved through between 10a and 1230.. coating of freezing rain, then heavy snow as intensity increased. an additional 1.25" on plowed walkways during this time… band largely underestimated by all, and forecast to fall as a mix with little additional accumulation… intensified as it moved through NY. Back to liquid drizzle at 1230, and through early afternoon. Dynamics: low over Lake Michigan, secondary low developing south of long island Tue morning. precipitation mainly associate with outflow from main low. Cancellation based on the before dawn accumulations, and freezing drizzle after 3am. | Pk Temps: 3/8 Hi 37, 8p-1a 28-30, 32@5a, 6a-1p 33-34, 2p-4p 35, 3/19 Hi 37 6p-7p. Temp fell when precipitation was falling, and rose during drier slots. (5.2" is based on a blend of projected snowfall compression rates and late morning snow burst, yielding total between 5.0 and 5.4")
Wednesday March 20 2013 No impact T 00.00" Snow Light snow/flurries overnight and through the early morning hours, until about 11am. A trace of snow on cars, ice, and the sides of some streets…. ss lingering from the March 19th system.
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