Welcome: Good morning. Today will be a briefing-type post. Our storm is going to have big impacts across the Northeast and New England. Right now it looks like one storm that will not be very strong. However, we will have to watch if this storm gets stronger than expected or if a second storm forms…
Alert: A Winter Storm Watch is in effect for all of Berkshire County from 10:00 PM tomorrow (Thursday) to 10:00 PM that day after tomorrow (Friday).
Timing: It seems that snow will start for all sometime Thursday night. It may turn into sleet if you are south of the Mass Pike during Friday morning. However, there is still uncertainty about the sleet. All in all, snow will fall heavily for most of the event. It all ends Friday night.
Snow: Widespread snow is expected, with 6 to 12 inches of snow accumulation.
Sleet: Isolated sleet is possible, sleet amounts are part of snow amounts.
Freezing Rain: Not expected.
Peak Wind: 5 to 15 mph, with gusts to 35 mph, coming from the East.
Blowing/Drifting Snow: Isolated blowing and drifting snow is possible.
Hazards Summary: It will be very dangerous to travel. This could be the biggest widespread snow event this winter. Please bring emergency supplies if you are driving on side roads.
Snow Day Calculator: Not available.
Anything Else: I hope you all stay safe. Please comment and like, thank you. Have an amazing day. I hope all goes your way. So let today be your very best day. Cheers everyone!