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We caught up with The Weather Channel's Jim Cantore to find out: Why Lenox? The answer has to do with cellphone service

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Meteorologist Jim Cantore and his crew broadcast live for The Weather Channel across from the Lenox Town Hall as the forecasted nor’easter hits the Berkshires early Tuesday morning.

LENOX — Weather Channel meteorologist and storm chaser Jim Cantore found Lenox such an ideal spot for reporting on the great March 2023 nor’easter that he returned Wednesday for a second morning of live reporting on the cable channel and on its partner, CBS News.

“We needed a place with high elevation, a cute town and a usable cell signal for feeding in our reports,” he told The Eagle between appearances on windswept Church Street with snowflakes still swirling.


Clarence Fanto can be reached at cfanto@berkshireeagle.com.

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