(WWLP) – Tonight, some parts of western Massachusetts will see their first snowfall accumulations of the snow-season. Generally, our snow season runs from October-May with the snowiest months being December-February.
- Late Thursday Morning: Just a few showers
- Afternoon: Rain spreading through the area. Everyone should have rain by 3-4pm.
- Early Evening: Rain changes to snow over the Berkshires and our highest western hills.
- Late Evening: Some snow mixes with rain for the rest of western Massachusetts.
- 11pm-1am Friday: Rain/snow mix ends with drying underway
- Daytime Thursday: Increasingly wet, but little impacts from the developing rain.
- Thursday Evening: Some lower visibility in areas where it snows, but most accumulations should be on colder surfaces and not as much on roads
- Friday Morning: Most roads will be dry, but a few slippery spots possible in our higher western hills. Wind may cause some isolated power outages or tree damage.
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