## Mr. Langdon's Snow Day Probability Calculator - BETA Version

*Follow the instructions below to use this calculator. Note: This predicts the chance of a SNOW day, not an ice day or other abnormal weather.*

Directions:

1. Use Weather Underground hourly forecast for your data, and make sure to use an airport for the station. Muskegon area, click here.

2. Only change the number values for R1-R5 (do not change any text or anything in R6)

3. R1: enter the min predicted snow for today's date. In the example left, it would be <1in, so enter 0.

4. R2: enter the chance of snow at 5am. In the example left, it would be 40 (do not add the symbol "%")

5. R3: enter the minimum forecasted snow for tomorrow. In the example left, it would be 1 in.

6. R4: enter the "Feels Like" temperature for 7am. In the example left, it would be 1

7. R5: enter a numeric value corresponding to the Weather Alert using the following values:

Warning : 2

Advisory: 1

Nothing: 0 (default)

8. That's it! For this example, it predicts a 6% chance of a snow day. :)

Note: This calculator is still in the testing phase, I'll update the equation as I get more data. :)

1. Use Weather Underground hourly forecast for your data, and make sure to use an airport for the station. Muskegon area, click here.

2. Only change the number values for R1-R5 (do not change any text or anything in R6)

3. R1: enter the min predicted snow for today's date. In the example left, it would be <1in, so enter 0.

4. R2: enter the chance of snow at 5am. In the example left, it would be 40 (do not add the symbol "%")

5. R3: enter the minimum forecasted snow for tomorrow. In the example left, it would be 1 in.

6. R4: enter the "Feels Like" temperature for 7am. In the example left, it would be 1

7. R5: enter a numeric value corresponding to the Weather Alert using the following values:

Warning : 2

Advisory: 1

Nothing: 0 (default)

8. That's it! For this example, it predicts a 6% chance of a snow day. :)

Note: This calculator is still in the testing phase, I'll update the equation as I get more data. :)