SPRINGFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM) - A Frost Advisory has been issued from 2am to 8am Thursday for Berkshire County.

Spotty, light showers continue to taper off tonight and skies will clear out overnight. Wind will continue to ease and become light to calm by sunrise, allowing temperatures to fall into the upper 30s to low 40s for most. In the northern hills, some mid 30s are possible, which may lead to scattered light frost.

Surface high pressure will build Thursday, bringing us a completely dry day with mainly sunny skies. Expect a warmer day as well with highs hitting the 60s to around 70 and lighter breezes out of the northwest. Pick of the week!

We won’t see much change in our weather pattern through Friday and this weekend. All three days look pretty nice with seasonable temps in the lower to middle 70s and good sunshine. There is a low risk for a pop up shower or thunderstorm late each afternoon and evening, but no washouts expected. 

Right now, the best shot looks to be Sunday, but rain chances are still only around 30%. BBQ plans should be a go, just keep an eye to the sky.

Long range models are trending drier and warmer early to mid-next week, but that isn’t a lock yet. We now look to stay rain free possibly through Wednesday of next week with good sunshine, light breezes and temperatures taking a run at the high 70s!

 

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