A popular local snow prediction blog believes The Berkshires could get their first taste of snow accumulation this Tuesday.

Greylock Snow Day, "Predicting Snow Days Since 2010" a snow prediction blog popular among Berkshire County students eager to have a snow day off, and often referred to by teachers and staff, including Pittsfield Public School Superintendent Jake McCandless, is predicting we will see the first 'plowable snow fall' of the season this Tuesday, Nov. 13.

A sizable storm will be moving up the coast during the day Monday/Monday night and into Tuesday morning. This storm looks like it will bring snow to the northern half of New England. It's also possible that this storm will slip out to sea and graze eastern Mass and Maine, but some forecasters are suggesting that the models are off and a good shot of heavy, wet snow is headed our way. Albany, the Berkshires, the Adirondacks, the Greens, and the Whites would all be in the snow zone for this storm.

Greylock Snow Day Blog

Weather.com is only predicting rain for Tuesday, and Accuweather is reporting a wintery rain mix.  While the blog does admit they "don't want to jack up the hype too much on this storm yet" they do believe there's a chance there is a good chance of measurable snowfall that could possibly cause delays.