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Mostly sunny and mild today. Colder with rain and snow tomorrow

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It's looking like a interesting weekend weather wise. We got from sun and mild temperatures today to colder and windy with rain and snow likely late tonight into Sunday. Some of the higher elevations could see a few inches of accumulation.

At least today will be worry free as it will be another dry, sunny and mild day with highs returning to the 60s! Clouds increase this evening ahead of strong low pressure and cold front. This system will bring rain showers tonight and rain may be briefly heavy into early Sunday morning.

A cold front will move through Sunday morning, bringing a wind shift to the northwest after it passes. This will bring in colder air throughout the day and temps should fall into the 30s in the afternoon. The Berkshires will change to snow fairly quick-even before sunup Sunday. In the valley, rain and snow showers are possible in the afternoon along with gusty winds. Snow showers & squalls are possible Sunday night into Monday morning with winds gusting to 30-40 mph at times and temps falling into the 20s!

Accumulating snow will amount to roughly 2-4 inches in the Berkshires Sunday with another 1-3" possible Monday-an advisory may be issued. In the valley, most will see a coating to 2 inches through Sunday night. Flurries and gusty winds continue Monday, then Tuesday and Wednesday will be dry and not quite as cold. Our next system looks much weaker and should arrive for Thanksgiving with rain showers. If the wet weather arrives early Thursday morning, it may begin as a wintry mix-stay tuned.

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