April Snow in the Forecast
Latest on the Storm.....— Steve Caporizzo (@SteveCaporizzo) April 14, 2021
TONIGHT: M.cloudy-A Shower or two.
THURSDAY: Rain becoming more widespread by Mid Day....towards evening...HIGHEST elevations may mix with some wet snow. pic.twitter.com/UWGsN8JjzV
WINTER STORM WATCH for heavy wet snow for the Higher Elev to the east-Berkshires and Vermont Green Mountains...mainly above 1500 feet will have the Highest Totals.— Steve Caporizzo (@SteveCaporizzo) April 14, 2021
Classic Elevation Storm...
Valley Floor Coating to an inch possible on the grass....over 2,000 feet.....up to a foot pic.twitter.com/kupu3ppRgL
A late-season Nor'easter is getting set to take aim at the Northeast on Friday— Greg Diamond (@gdimeweather) April 14, 2021
Unlike in the dead of winter, cold air will be marginal. Snow totals will HIGHLY depend on elevation
1,000' feet may mean the difference between a FOOT
of snow & all rain pic.twitter.com/CYZtO0wOSF
How about the snow potential? Still looks best across the Monadnock Region and northern Worcester Hills. Could get some 6"+ totals in the higher elevations of the Berkshires and Greens! While snow will be in the air on Friday, most of the accumulating takes place overnight. #wbz pic.twitter.com/8XReahIp7f— Eric Fisher (@ericfisher) April 14, 2021