Snow Possible for Berkshires on Friday
The forecast for this week is "soggy and dreary," according to Accuweather, but don't worry, there's a snowstorm on the way as well.
The Latest info on the Storm for Thursday into Friday...— Steve Caporizzo (@SteveCaporizzo) October 28, 2020
Cold air moving in-increasing threat for accumulating snow in many locations.
Not etched in stone-as some newer data trickling in has trended south from earlier today-But here is my thinking-Updates and a snow map for Wed pic.twitter.com/f6Cfm56fqq
As you likely have heard, snow is on its way for Friday. Our thoughts on the first measurable event of the 20-21 winter season. https://t.co/nJCncH8Wol (And, yes, snow days will still happen this year.)— Greylock Snow Day (@GreylockSnowDa1) October 28, 2020
Just how rare is an October snowfall? #Albany has recorded snow in 14 Octobers out of 136 years of weather records. Most recently in 2016 which was the 4th snowiest on that short list. October's average snowfall is 0.3". #WakeUpwith10 @WTEN pic.twitter.com/3kHCaAIH7C— Jill Szwed (@JillSzwedWx) October 28, 2020
RAIN WILL END AS SNOW FRIDAY MORNING...— Cindy Fitzgibbon (@Met_CindyFitz) October 28, 2020
The remnants of Zeta will bring some heavier rain Thursday afternoon into Thursday night. As colder air comes in overnight, rain will flip to snow N&W of Boston with a couple of inches accumulation possible in the higher elevations. #WCVB pic.twitter.com/FR0V0UUUH7