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    Greenfield, MA (on Colrain/Shelburne line) El. 380'
  1. Reggie is still decent for net gain in the great NW territory of SNE. Me thinks I better plan on working from home tomorrow due to kid's school being cancelled.
  2. 2" for me 4" for him. My hood is king of cad in SNE so will be interesting to see how much we glaze.
  3. You will get more than anyone else in SNE.
  4. Yeah, maybe that map was posted pre-happy hour model runs. Let's see what transpires overnight but not good seeing models shift towards warm mid-level solutions this close to the event.
  5. Lol at Pittsfield in the 6-8" range, I don't think you will even see that at the top peaks of the Berkshires.
  6. 12z GFS looks more wet than white over next 10 days for many in SNE. Lots of uncertainty though.
  7. Surprised, BOX is pretty bullish for this area.
  8. 4.2 was final here. The fluff on top last night probably had it a little deeper but I did not go out for a final measurement.
  9. We'll be glad to be N of Rt 2 for this one. I'm thinking 2-4" paste here before drizzle. 3-6" for you.
  10. I always keep a pair of yaktrax in the car in the winter and boots by the door with some type of micro-spikes. Being just shy of 50 and living rural I don't need any falls that break bones.
  11. That's funny, I kind of guessed it was a Stone! I work at People's Pint Brewery in Greenfield. (Sales and distribution manager)
  12. I think past 24 hours have trended better on this one. Looked to stay white not wet out here.
  13. Wow, SE part of Ct Valley doing well. Yesterday I told my friend on the Amherst Belchertown line he should look forward to 4-6" so there it is. Greenfield is full on Currier and Ives snow globe mode now with moderate snow so maybe get to 4.5". Win for all of W MA.
  14. You don't bring up big beers w/o telling what brewery it is, unless it is your own home brew.