It's 9:30 at GSD headquarters and we're yet to see even one flake from Nor'easter Athena. Looks like Athena wasn't as strong as we thought (actually, she turned out to be as weak as we thought her to be yesterday), and also that the cold air that dropped temps into the high teens earlier in the week was firmly enough in place to dry up the precipitation before it hit the ground. That's why it's not snowing yet.
You can pretty much kiss the chance of a weather-truncated day goodbye. By morning we might get an inch or so in southern Berkshire County, and the north will be lucky to see a dusting.
Athena will kick around for a few more hours, but we might even see the WWA lifted by midnight.
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