On one side, the snow and slightly colder temperatures are great for our wonderful ski resorts in the Berkshires. Getting a few consecutive days of snow, albeit not a ton of accumulation, is certainly not the end of the world.

On the other side, we had two days in February that brought all-time, record high temperatures in the 70's.

With it being March, and with St. Patrick's Day just around the corner, a day that typically seems to turn the corner in regards to weather on an annual basis, Berkshire County is hankering for warmer weather. When will that happen, you ask?

Apparently, we will be waiting a couple of weeks.

According to timeanddate.com, who deals with extended forecast predictions, the next day we will see temperatures in the 40's is Tuesday, March 27; bringing, hopefully, a high of 41 degrees. The next day, Wednesday the 28th, the prediction is a bit warmer at a high of 43 degrees.

Thursday the 29th, it looks like the tables could be turning even more. The prediction for that day is for temperatures possibly reaching 50 degrees.

While we have a bunch of days in the 30's coming up, with a few more days of some, hopefully less, snowfall, it seems that there may be some light at the end of the wintery tunnel. Hopefully, it makes for a beautiful Easter weekend and the official kickoff of warmer weather in the Berkshires.