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Weather Discussion

Today: A few showers, otherwise cloudy. Highs: 71-75. Winds: SE 5 mph.

Tonight: Scattered showers continue, but most of the time it will be dry. Lows: 60-64. Winds: E 5 mph.

Tomorrow: A few showers, otherwise cloudy and cool. Highs: 66-70. Winds: NE 5 mph.

Good day!

The nice weather is on “pause” for today and tomorrow as western Massachusetts is sandwiched in between low pressure to the west and high pressure to the east. This setup means that today’s weather will be duplicated for tomorrow.

Skies will be mainly cloudy today with a shower from time to time. Most of the day will be dry, but with the cloud cover, temperatures will only make it into the lower 70s today. Overnight, skies will remain cloudy with a spot shower possible. Temperatures will again bottom out in the lower 60s.

Tomorrow will feature cloudy skies with a few showers, but much of the time it will be dry. High temperatures will be stuck in the 60s! The atmosphere will slowly begin to dry out tomorrow night, and while Saturday may start out with more clouds than sun, the sunshine will dominate by midday and temperatures will rise into the upper 70s. It should be the start of yet another sizable stretch of pleasant weather. Sunday will be mostly sunny with highs remaining unseasonably cool in the upper 70s.

Temperatures will gradually increase heading through early next week with lots of sunshine and low levels of humidity. It may start to feel humid by the middle part of the week as the flow becomes more southwesterly and a front approaches from the west.

First Warning Meteorologist Tyler Jankoski

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