Berkshire County School Closings And Delays - Feb. 4, 2022

This is your latest list of school closings and delays in Berkshire County:

18 Degrees Closed, Childcare Closed Kids Club Closed
Adams-Cheshire Regional SD Closed
BArT Charter Public School Closed
Berkshire Community College Closed
Berkshire Hills Regional SD Closed
Berkshire Montessori School Closed
Central Berkshire Regional SD Closed
Clarksburg Elementary Closed
Emma L. Miller Memorial School Closed
Farmington River Regional SD Closed
Florida Elementary Closed
Gabriel Abbott Memorial School Closed
Hancock Regional SD Closed
Hillcrest Academy Closed
Lee Public Schools Closed
Lenox Public Schools Closed
Mass. College of Liberal Arts Closed, classes canceled due to inclement weather MCLA is closed today, February 4th, 2022. Essential employees must report.
Mildred Elley (Pittsfield) Closed, All classes remote. No on-campus classes.
Mount Greylock Regional SD Closed
North Adams Public Schools Closed
Pine Cobble School Closed
Pittsfield Public Schools Closed
Richmond Consolidated Closed
Southern Berkshire Regional SD Closed, No After Sch Events, SBRSD Closed 2/4/22
Williams College Delayed 2 Hrs, Admin Offices open at 10 am Children's Ctr at 9:30am

Other closings:

CRT Cabulance Closed, For DDS and Pathways transportation only
Elder Services of Berkshire County Closed, No home-delivered or congregate meals
Boys & Girls Club of the Berkshires Closed
Due to the severe weather forecast and deteriorating road conditions, the Club will be closed Friday, February 4th. All programs and activities are canceled.

Winter Storm Warning Remains in effect...

...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 5 PM EST THIS AFTERNOON... *
WHAT...Heavy mixed precipitation. Additional sleet and snow accumulations of 2 to 4 inches and ice accumulations of around one-tenth of an inch.
WHERE...Central Mohawk Valley, Schoharie Valley, Helderbergs, greater Capital District, northern Berkshires, and southern Vermont.
WHEN...Until 5 PM EST Friday.
IMPACTS...Power outages and tree damage will occur due to the ice particularly across southern Vermont. Travel will very difficult to impossible on untreated surfaces. This morning's commute will be impacted.
ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Sleet and freezing rain will transition to snow through the morning with the snow will taper off during the afternoon.
PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... If you must travel, keep an extra flashlight, food, and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency.

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