There is, however, a very large storm just percolating off of the mid-Atlantic seaboard right now, and the outer edge of that heavy snow maker will impact the Berkshires tonight (Saturday). We could see up to 2 inches in South County and about an inch north of I-90. If the storm tracks more northward, you can add an inch to those projected totals. Also, if you're heading to the Cape for whatever reason, reconsider your journey. Blizzard Warnings are in effect and 15-20 inches of snow have been forecasted for far eastern part of Massachusetts.
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As for school-shortening or school-cancelling snow events, it looks like Thursday morning's commute could be slippery. We'll see some snow Tuesday afternoon as well, but it will change over to rain by Wednesday morning. The timing of Thursday's minor snowfall looks good, but it's far too early to count on that forecast's accuracy. The most snow we'll see out of either of these disturbances is 2 inches of snow.
Enjoy the flakes tonight, and check in on Monday for a clearer picture of what's in store for us for the week ahead.