Forecasters are expecting a very clear cut-off line for significant snow totals and insignificant snow totals. Right now that cut-off line looks to be Great Barrington. We could see 6-8 inches along the Connecticut border and only 1-2" north of Pittsfield. But some weather experts have noted that the model runs are still showing significant variance, so that snow line could move in either direction very easily.
|Eh. We've seen better. (Thanks, Channel 6, Albany, for the map.)|
Southern Berkshire, Berkshire Hills, Farmington River and Richmond all have an outside chance for early releases tomorrow. The rest of Berkshire County schools have a chance for delays on Thursday, with better chances south than north.
We'll keep you abreast of any big changes to the storm track as more information rolls in throughout the afternoon.
Despite what the calendar says, it's still winter. Deal with it.