A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for Berkshire County, rain will transition to a wintry mix and/or snow and ice. Snow accumulations around one inch. High temperature on Friday 34F, then dropping to around 20F.

BERKSHIRE COUNTY SCHOOL CLOSINGS FOR 2/4/22

18 DegreesClosed, Childcare Closed Kids Club Closed
Adams-Cheshire Regional SDClosed
BArT Charter Public SchoolClosed
Berkshire Community CollegeClosed
Berkshire Hills Regional SDClosed
Berkshire Montessori SchoolClosed
Boys & Girls Club of the BerkshiresClosed
Due to the severe weather forecast and deteriorating road conditions, the Club will be closed Friday, February 4th. All programs and activities are canceled.
Clarksburg ElementaryClosed
CRT CabulanceClosed, For DDS and Pathways transportation only
Elder Services of Berkshire CountyClosed, No home delivered or congregate meals
Emma L. Miller Memorial SchoolClosed
Farmington River Regional SDClosed
Florida ElementaryClosed
Gabriel Abbott Memorial SchoolClosed
Hancock Regional SDClosed
Hillcrest AcademyClosed
Lee Public SchoolsClosed
Lenox Public SchoolsClosed
Mass. College of Liberal ArtsClosed, Classes Cancelled
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 SDClosed
North Adams Public SchoolsClosed
Pine Cobble SchoolClosed
Pittsfield Public SchoolsClosed
Richmond ConsolidatedClosed
Southern Berkshire Regional SDClosed, No After Sch Events, SBRSD Closed 2/4/22
Williams CollegeDelayed 2 Hrs, Admin Offices open at 10am Children's Ctr at 9:30am

Information courtesy of cbs6albany.com

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