Forecast Discussion

Brian Lapis

FRIDAY NIGHT: Cloudy. Scattered Shower, Areas Of Fog.  Isolated Freezing Rain Possible.

Lows: 30-36
Winds: Light & Variable

SATURDAY: AM Clouds, Partial PM Sun

Highs: 48-52
Winds: W 5-10 MPH

SATURDAY NIGHT: Variable Clouds, Patchy Fog

Lows: 34-40

SUNDAY: Mostly Cloudy.  Chance PM Rain/Drizzle

Highs: 42-46


Tonight we have the chance after 7pm for sprinkles or light rain showers. Those of us that get showers should mainly have plain rain, but there’s a slight chance for some light freezing rain in parts of Franklin County and northern Berkshire County. Overnight lows drop to near freezing by tomorrow morning as any showers/sprinkles dry up into the early Saturday morning hours.

Saturday looks to be the mildest day of the week with plenty of clouds at first, giving way to partial sun in the afternoon. Highs should reach the upper 40s & low 50s tomorrow.

Sunday looks to start with sun and end with clouds. Highs reach the mid 40s.

We’re watching a long duration storm for early next week that could start as early as Sunday night and bring a wintry mix of weather with it for the new work week. Updated information on that on 22News starting at 5pm with Meteorologist Brian Lapis.

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