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

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Morning Storm Report

The heavy snow continues to fall in Berkshire County. The storm did track more northerly than expected, so we could see up to a foot in southern Berkshire County, and about 8 inches in the far northwest corner in Williamstown.

Still snowing. The 9:45 radar picture.

At the GSD Home Office as of 10:00, we have 4.5 inches of snow on the ground. There's a very heavy band over mid-county right now producing snow at a rate of 2 inches per hour.

The snow should stop around 3 PM for most but winds could cause white out conditions given how light and fluffy the snow is.

Impressive forecasted snow totals.
As for the next snow event, we might get a dusting to an inch Friday night, and then on Sunday night we could have another nor'easter. We're still gathering our initial intel on this storm, and we're not sure if it will hit us directly or impact the Monday morning commute, but it could be another big one.

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