Hmmm....very interesting. It looks like things are perking up for tomorrow's storm. A narrow band (50-100 miles) of intense snow had been predicted in a corrider extending northwest from NYC and on into the Catskills. This narrow band was supposed to have dropped 6-12 inches of snow in a very short period (8-14 hours). Now, though, some forecasters are shifting this narrow band northward about 100 miles. This means the Berkshires are very much in play for this intense Alberta clipper. This is definitely a weird one and unpredictable even at this late stage.
So, the official GSD word on the storm is....plan on coming to school. Boo, hiss. The timing just seems too late, and the real heavy dumpage will come in the afternoon. When it comes down in the afternoon and early evening, it's going to come down hard. GSD will be so bold as to say that all afternoon activities will be cancelled, so all you athletes can officially start your weekend at 2:21. An early release is highly unlikely.
We'll monitor this storm throughout the afternoon and late into the evening, but there's definitely a 50/50 chance of a snowday at this point.