Don't you love it?
First of all, here is the National Weather Service warning so you know I'm not feeding you a line.
There are several models working on forecasting at any given time. The Euro and American models seem to be the most popular and though I am quite patriotic, the Euro model is generally the more accurate of the computer programs. In this scenario, the models haven't quite agreed on an outcome. The American model is calling for Berkshire East to be on the border of a 3-6 inch storm and a 12+ storm, with more snow headed north.
Fortunately, for us and for most of you (who live south and east), the Euro is calling for a 12+ at Berkshire East and most of Massachusetts and some of Connecticut, with tapering snow fall to north.
A classic coastal storm.
The skiing in this scenario should be epic.
The storm should begin sometime after 4am on Friday and pound continuously through the day and end sometime late friday night or saturday. The skiing should be great on friday as the depth builds and Saturday, we should have a wonderful day of moguls, packed powder and some blown in freshies from the lingering snow fall.
So good news all around.
I expect to see smiles all around. See you on the slopes.