A quick-moving storm system will provide a light accumulation of snow for most of western Massachusetts this afternoon.
While snowfall amounts are not expected to be high, it doesn’t take much snow to make roads and sidewalks slippery.
The highest snowfall amounts will occur north of the Mass. Pike and especially in northern Berkshire County where up to 3″ of snow could fall.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for northern Berkshire County from until 10pm.
Snow has arrived in the Berkshires and will spread into Hampden, Hampshire, and Franklin Counties through 1pm.
The steadiest snow will be from 1pm through roughly 4pm, after that it starts tapering off again.
Some flurries will be possible from 4pm-6pm and then most areas will be dry the rest of the night.
Stay with the 22News Storm team as we track a wet and mild start to next week that will help to melt much of our snowpack.