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Berkshire County Forecast-Tuesday, Jan. 14

Posted by: | January 14, 2014 | No Comment |

Note: Clicking on underlined red text provides links to various weather maps.

SummaryIt looks as if both coastal low pressure systems that I discussed yesterday, one on Thursday and one on Saturday, will miss us to the east. We may get a period of snow showers and/or snow squalls on Sunday as  we get sideswiped by an arctic cold front, otherwise our weather will remain unusually tranquil for January. 

Tuesday Night

Overcast with rain showers this evening, possibly ending with some wet snow mixing in. No snow accumulation expected. Skies will then partially clear after midnight.

Low temperatures generally in the upper 20s, mid 20s over the elevated terrain.

West-northwesterly winds at 5-10 mph, becoming light after midnight.

Wednesday

Partly cloudy and unseasonably mild.

High temperatures in the mid 40s in Pittsfield; mid to upper 40s in Adams, NorthAdams, Williamstown, Lee and Stockbridge; upper 40s in Great Barrington and Sheffield and; low 40s over the elevated terrain.

Southerly winds at 5-10 mph.

Wednesday Night

Partly cloudy.

Low temperatures generally in the mid 20s with some low 20s over the elevated terrain.

Light northwesterly winds.

Thursday

Mostly cloudy and a bit colder. There is the slight chance of a snow flurry or snow shower, especially late. Probability of precipitation 20%. No snow accumulation expected.

High temperatures in the mid 30s in Pittsfield; mid to upper 30s in Adams, NorthAdams, Williamstown, Lee and Stockbridge; upper 30s in Great Barrington and Sheffield and: low 30s over the elevated terrain.

Light north-northeasterly winds.

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