For the calendar year 2013, we only have 15 snow day opportunities left. Can you believe it?
Here's the deal for the week of December 2nd. There had been an outside chance for a coastal storm (per the computer models) on Tuesday, but that ship sailed out to sea. Monday through Thursday are looking dry and fairly warm for this time of the year (high 30s, low 40s).
But Thursday night is when things start to get unsettled. While it does not look like a major storm is brewing, there could be enough precipitation and cold air streaming into our area to generate a messy commute on Friday. It's much too early to pin down any kind of clear time span for this period of wintry precipitation, but we'll keep our focus on Friday. The snow/sleet could extend into Saturday.
Keep your hopes up, dear Friends of GSD. We are in a generally unsettled pattern, and enough cold air is in place for snow, sleet, and freezing rain to fall in the Berkshires. Expect updates throughout the week.