image description
There's a chance for frost in the higher elevations in the Berkshires on Thursday night.

Some Parts of the Berkshires Could See First Fall Frost

Print Story | Email Story
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — It was hot and humid one week ago but it looks like September will end on a chilly note with the coldest day since Memorial Day. 
 
Temperatures are expected to dip below 40 degrees Thursday night over most of the Berkshires and Accuweather is warning that the first fall frost may be upon us. 
 
"Many locations from the northern mid-Atlantic to the Canadian border are forecast to bottom out 3-8 degrees below what is normal for the first morning of October," according to Accuweather, and meteorologist Adam Sadvary says, "Frost development will be most favorable for the mountains and higher elevations in the interior Northeast."
 
The potential for frost runs right down through the Berkshires, over most of northern Vermont and New Hampshire, and in the New York Adirondacks.
 
According to Channel 10 Weather in Albany, N.Y., the first frost usually comes in early October but last year came even earlier, on Sept. 19. The last frost was on May 13.
 
Thursday looks to be the coldest night this week, with temperatures bouncing back up into the 60s during the day and increasing in warmth during the next week.
 
Fall Foliage Sunday is forecast to be partly sunny with temperatures in the low 70s and 30 percent chance of precipitation. Should be a great day to watch the parade.
 

Tags: cold weather,   

0 Comments
iBerkshires.com welcomes critical, respectful dialogue; please keep comments focused on the issues and not on personalities. Profanity, obscenity, racist language and harassment are not allowed. iBerkshires reserves the right to ban commenters or remove commenting on any article at any time. Concerns may be sent to info@iberkshires.com.

Letter: Macksey For North Adams Mayor

Letter to the Editor

To the editor:

My choice for mayor of North Adams is Jennifer Macksey.

I did not make this decision lightly or without thorough thought and analysis. For over 23 years, I have practiced law at my office across the street from City Hall and have been acutely interested in the direction our mayors have led this city. North Adams has the good fortune of having 2 worthy candidates to vote for this fall but only one will get my vote.

I have known Jennifer for over 20 years and have had numerous interactions with her both professionally and personally. As a result, I am convinced as to her outstanding character, decisiveness and leadership abilities. She has always been responsive, reasonable, and willing to make tough decisions by tackling them head-on.

However, it is Jennifer's vast work experience and commitment to excellence that sets her apart. Her recent positions stand out as a testament that she is immensely qualified to be our mayor. While working as tax collector, at Southern Vermont College and at MCLA, Jen has had a history of managing personnel and personalities. As mayor, her educational experience as both an instructor and an administrator will serve her as the chairperson of the School Committee.

She is experienced in long-term planning initiatives, overseeing budgets and finances for multiple entities and is very familiar with employee compensation, negotiating contracts, worker benefits, insurance contracts, bidding procedures, state and federal compliance and dealing with bargaining units. She has acted in a supervisory capacity and is familiar with the inner workings and realities of city government from her previous position as treasurer and CFO of North Adams.

Please join me in voting for Macksey as our next mayor on Nov. 2.

James J. Sisto
North Adams, Mass. 

 

View Full Story

More North Adams Stories