More than a foot of snow in parts of Berkshire County

Lenox saw close to ten inches of snowfall Sunday into Monday

Photo Courtesy: S Quinn
Photo Courtesy: S Quinn

LENOX, Mass. (WWLP) – Major snowfall fell in Berkshire County Sunday and into Monday morning.

Lenox, Stockbridge, and Lee, were some communities in the Berkshires that saw snow piled high. This was the Berkshires’ first major snowfall of the season. Tree limbs, benches, and plants were all covered with snow.

22News spoke with some residents in Lenox who said they had no complaints about the snow.

“We were in Boston yesterday morning,”Kayla Gresser, from Lenox said ” We came home and we drove into it and we were kinda excited about it.”

In fact, 22News saw people on their daily walks and runs, not letting the snow affect them at all. Others in Lenox spent the morning digging out and clearing their sidewalks and driveways.

Lenox was one of the jackpot spots when it came to snowfall totals, seeing close to ten inches of snow from Sunday alone.Places like Savoy saw close to ten inches of snow as well.

The Berkshires saw more snow come down throughout the day Monday, adding to the already large snowfall total.

Many schools were canceled due to the snow. 22News talked to one student who was happy she had the day off.

“I’m actually really excited because I love the snow,” Ella Kelly said.

Just about an hour east into the Pioneer Valley, you won’t even see a dusting on the ground. Most of the Pioneer Valley just saw good ‘ole plain rain, which is welcomed due to the ongoing drought.

 

 

More Information:
– Local Forecast – Weather Text Alerts
– Temperatures – Weather Email Alerts
– Weather News WWLP 22News Weather App
– Interactive Radar – Live Area Webcams

 

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