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

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Cancellations for Tomorrow

It's looking more and more like a total white out for Berkshire County tomorrow. Forecasters have raised snow totals for the northern part of the county by a few inches, and everyone is now looking at at least 6 inches. Also, the wind is going to howl tomorrow, causing significant blowing of snow.

Very nice!
The snow should start around 4 AM, but the cold air in place could evaporate the initial flakes, delaying their accumulation on the ground until 6 or 6:30 AM.

Delightful!
But right now the storm is behaving as expected. As a result, we have many early snow day calls to report.

SNOW DAY for THURSDAY:

Adams/Cheshire
BArT
Berkshire Christian
Berkshire Community College (will decide on evening classes by 3 PM)
Berkshire Hills
Central Berkshire
Emma L. Miller Memorial (Savoy)
Farmington River Regional (Otis)
Hancock
Lanesborough
Lee
Lenox
Mount Greylock
North Adams
Pittsfield
Richmond Consolidated
Southern Berkshire
Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union (Mt. Anthony)
Williams (Administration Offices and Day Care Only--so far)
Williamstown

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