March storms can really be something. Had this storm hit us, say, back in January, it would have given us a ton of snow and blowing and drifting of snow would have been issue. But it probably would have been a lot colder and the snow would not have stuck to the trees.
But the stickiness of the snow really proved to be problem. Thousands of people lost their power--some are still out--and having school today just wasn't doable because of all the downed trees and the extra time needed to dig out. It has been awhile since we've had back-to-back snow days for nearly every student in the County.
For final snow totals, check out this very unique interactive map from The Boston Globe.
We may even see some delays tomorrow if schools can't get the power back on. Some schools near Berkshire County have snow days (Mohawk Trail) and delays (Stamford, VT), but we've seen nothing yet for Berkshire County. We don't there will be many delays, but it's not out of the question.
Things will quiet down for a stretch. We may see some rain on Friday, and there are some early signs for another potential storm on the weekend of the 25th. We're not going to get too excited about that one just yet.
Spring sports for high schools start on Monday!