As of 8 PM (tonight), it is very balmy 47 degrees, which doesn't exactly translate to winter weather. This warm air will hang on tomorrow until about noon, which is why the storm will start out as plain Jane rain. Expect the liquid precipitation to start falling between 7 and 9 AM.
|8 PM radar (Tuesday). That rain is inching slowly eastward. The snow over Iowa is eventually going to reach us.|
So...here's what the GSD Staff is thinking:
*No releases tomorrow (Wednesday). The ride home could be a little slick, but Superintendents will likely ask students and staff members to stick it out. After school activities and meetings could be cancelled.
*Right now (we'll update this info tomorrow once we see the radar) snow totals will range from 2-3 inches in South County and as much as 7"in very Northern Berkshire County. Delays on Thursday are on the radar.
|Just a mess.|
As we have tried to make clear in earlier posts, these late winter storms are very, very unpredictable.