Monday, March 13, 2017

Snow Day Tuesday (Unofficially)

Four of the top 20 snow events in Albany, NY occurred in the month of March, dating back to the late 1800s. There is a chance this storm will crack the top 20 as the models are indicating that the storm will follow a more westerly track. The more west the storm moves, the more snow we'll see.

Snow days are assured tomorrow. The heaviest snow will fall in the afternoon. It will be curious to see what the local colleges do about the heavy snow. We also are curious what the Commonwealth of Massachusetts will do, is it may have to issue a State of Emergency at some point if the storm is as debilitating as forecasters think it will be.

That's a lot of snow. Some meteorologists think the Berkshires should be moved to the 18-24 range.
Buckle up. It's going to get wild after midnight tonight.

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