A snow day literally and figuratively falls from the sky, unbidden, and seems like a thing of wonder. -- Susan Orlean

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

No Storms in Sight

The first snow storm of the 2015-16 season performed about as expected. We ended up with 1.25 inches of snow at the GSD Home Office with another half inch of sleet tacked on. Had schools been in session, we would have seen many initial calls for two-hour delays, but then some Superintendents would have changed their minds and made Tuesday a full snow day. As always with ice, it would have been a hit-or-miss, confusing morning.

We see no storms on the horizon. Rats. Temperatures will be in the high 30s for the rest of the week and then a shot of cold air moves into the Berkshires for the return to school and work on Monday. Highs on Monday will not reach 30. Alas, though, no snow is attached to this cold front.

The GSD Staff has its eyes and ears wide open. We are back to work and eager for more action. The good news is that the next storm we will see will likely impact the school day in some fashion. Can't wait!

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