First, two bits of news:
1. You can now access Greylock Snow Day by typing www.greylocksnowday.com into your browser.
2. The GSD/True North Writing Contest is in full swing and we've already had our first entry! Yes! Keep them coming!
As for breaking winter weather news, we don't have much for you to get excited about. Temps will be in the mid-30s for most of the week. Expect some rain showers Tuesday night into Wednesday with a slight chance of sleet or freezing rain in the higher terrain of Berkshire County. This rain-causing disturbance will scoot on out of here on Thursday, leaving behind a chance of snow showers as the temperatures drop below freezing.
We do have the trusty weather future-scope focused on a Sunday coastal storm. A few of the models are predicting a low pressure system to form off the mid-Atlantic coast in the early hours of Sunday. This storm would bring snow to the Northeast. There is a chance we could see an impact on the school day Monday should the storm develop to its full potential.
We will post again when we have more substantive info about this possible Sunday/Monday storm.