Berkshire County School Closings And Delays - Jan. 7, 2022

With some early snow and winter weather advisory in effect today... here is the latest list of school closings and delays for Friday, Jan. 7, 2022. 

Pittsfield School District - 2 Hour Delay 

Taconic High School (Pittsfield) - Closed because of COVID-19 staffing shortages 

Reid Middle School (Pittsfield) - Closed because of COVID-19 staffing shortages 

Adams-Cheshire Regional – 2 Hour Delay with No Pre-K  

BART Charter Public School – Closed 

Central Berkshire Schools - 2 Hour Delay, with No AM Pre-K

Clarksburg Elementary School – 2 Hour Delay 

Emma L. Miller Memorial School – Closed 

Gabriel Abbott Memorial School – Closed 

Hancock Regional School District – 2 Hour Delay 

Hillcrest Academy – 2 Hour Delay 

Mount Greylock Regional School District – 2 Hour Delay 

North Adams School District – Closed due to weather/COVID-19 Staffing Issues 

Southern Berkshire Regional Schools – 2 Hour Delay  

Today's Weather and weekend outlook:

  • Today: Breezy with snow, 1-3 inches; storm total snowfall 3-6". High 30.
  • Tonight: Turning out clear. Low 14.
  • Tomorrow: Abundant sunshine. High 25. Low tomorrow night 15.

Sunday: A bit of sleet and freezing rain in the morning; otherwise, cloudy. High 36.

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Winter Weather Advisory until FRI 12:00 PM EST

Action Recommended:

Execute a pre-planned activity identified in the instructions 

Issued By:

Albany - NY, US, National Weather Service 

Affected Area: 

Dutchess County, Berkshire County, and Litchfield County 

Description: 

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON EST TODAY... WHAT...Snow. Storm total snow accumulation of 2 to 6 inches. WHERE...Dutchess County, Berkshire County, and Litchfield County. WHEN...Until noon EST today. IMPACTS...Plan on slippery road conditions and low visibility. The hazardous conditions will impact the morning commute. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... Slow down and use caution while traveling. 

 

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