For those who thought the November snowfall was a one and done, Mother Nature has another idea.

The National Weather Service has implemented a Winter Weather Advisory for Berkshire County beginning early Tuesday at 1 a.m. until Tuesday night at 7 p.m. The predictions look to be anywhere from 3 to 6 inches of snow, with most of the accumulation happening in the overnight.

From there, it's going to get very cold!

Wednesday, we could see a few afternoon snow showers before a cold front comes into the area. The overnight low, heading into Thanksgiving, will be 5 degrees. Turkey Day will is shaping up to be a chilly one, with partly cloudy skies and a projected high of 16 degrees. The overnight low? Somewhere in the neighborhood of zero, or even below zero.

The good news: it looks like temperatures will jump back up near 40 degrees for Saturday and Sunday. It will be a Berkshires-like wintery week in the area, with a little bit of everything.