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

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Scenarios for Wednesday & Delay/Cancellation List

(See below for the list of delays and cancellations. Several schools have indicated that they will "reassess" in the morning. Stay alert.)

For those of you who do not have a delay or cancellation, we don't like the look of the latest radar image. It's very iffy if the wraparound snows are going to stick around for long enough--or heat back up again overnight. We do see heavy bands out in Pennsylvania that we'd love to see move their way to Berkshire County, but we're just not sure they will. Those upslope, lake effect-type snows could also get cranking overnight. Unfortunately, we'll have to wait until about 5 AM to see how the back end of this storm sorts itself out.

If you want a snow day on Wednesday, start rooting for that snow out west to move east.
The wind is the big X factor for tomorrow and whether or not you have a nothing, a delay, or a snow day. The blowing and drifting of snow essentially makes up for any snow falling from the sky. So, the few of you who don't have a delay or snow day tomorrow, you'll probably end up with a delay. We will also be surprised if many schools upgrade their delay to a full snow day.

Wednesday:

SNOW DAY:

Berkshire Christian School
Berkshire Country Day
Berkshire Hills
Clarksburg
Gabriel Abbott (Florida)
Lanesborough
North Adams
Richmond
Southern Berkshire
Southern Vermont College

TWO-HOUR DELAY:

BArT
Central Berkshire
Emma Miller (Savoy)
Hancock
Housatonic Academy
McCann
Mohawk Trail
Mount Greylock
Pittsfield
Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union
Stamford (VT)
Williamstown

THREE-HOUR DELAY:

New Lebanon
Berkshire Community College

OPENING AT 11:00

Williams College (Admin Offices; Children's Center at 10:30)

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