Snowfall Predictions: Weekend Watch
If you haven't had enough snow this past week, guess what? We might get a few more inches this weekend.
The National Weather Service says there is a chance of light snow Friday afternoon into the evening, and then again in the early-morning hours of Saturday and possibly continuing after daybreak. The total amount in northern Berkshire County could be upwards of 3 inches.
Temperatures should be seasonably mild, with daytime highs reaching into the 40s.
The Weather Channel and WTEN also predict a 50 percent chance of snow Friday afternoon and into Saturday as well, with a total of 1 to 3 inches.
Light snow this afternoon into tonight, but moderate over the southern Adirondacks where a Winter Weather Advisory is in effect. Warmer Sat. w/showers, but we're monitoring light freezing rain potential north of I-90 Saturday night into Sunday morning. #nywx #ctwx #vtwx #mawx pic.twitter.com/wIt5R7LY4X— NWS Albany (@NWSAlbany) February 9, 2018
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