As though our worries concerning the weather continue to mount, the extreme cold snap that is gripping our area until Wednesday morning already has an impact on schools throughout The Berkshires and all across the tri-state region. Here is the latest information as our WSBS Winter Watch is in full swing:

Berkshire Hills Regional School District: Closed

Southern Berkshire Regional School District: Closed

Farmington River Regional School District: Closed

Richmond Consolidated School District: Closed

Lee Public Schools: Closed

Lenox Public Schools: Closed

A reminder: Tuesday night's high school basketball game between the Mount Everett and McCann Tech boys in Sheffield has been postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date.

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