The National Weather Service has issued a Special Weather Statement warning us about the potential for up to 4 inches of snow in high elevation towns in Northern Berkshire County.
With temps in the mid-30s in most locations and a few degrees colder in places above 2000 feet, we could see a measurable snowfall this evening in a few towns. The roads should be warm enough to prevent the snow from accumulating there, but grassy surfaces could see 2-3 inches of heavy wet snow.
|Last map of the season?|
With 70-degree temps expected for the rest of the week, this threat probably will bring with it the last flakes of the season.
It's really been a great snow season, and keep your eyes open for a long-range forecast for 2018-19 at some point this summer.