Forecast Discussion


SUNDAY: Morning Clouds to a Mix of Sun and Clouds this Afternoon

Highs: 56-60
Winds: NE 10-15 MPH

SUNDAY NIGHT: Mostly Clear, Winds Diminishing

Lows: 38-42
Winds: NE Light

MONDAY: AM Fog, Partly Sunny

Highs: 60-64

MONDAY NIGHT: Mostly Clear

Lows: 38-42



FROST ADVISORY FOR BERKSHIRE COUNTY: Midnight until 9 AM Monday Morning, any sensitive plants or vegetation bring inside due to possible damage

Hello! I’m 22News Storm Team Meteorologist Jennifer Pagliei.

Waking up to cloudy skies but by this afternoon some clouds will part and the rest of the day will be bright, with just a mix of sun and clouds for the afternoon and early evening. Today will be a little warmer than Saturday, with highs in the mid to upper 50’s, and low 60’s. It will also be breezy, with a northeast wind at 10-15 MPH.

Overnight tonight, winds diminish and clouds move out, turning tonight mostly clear. Lows will be in the upper 30’s and low 40’s. Frost advisory stays in effect for Berkshire county (from midnight until 9 AM Monday morning), where lows will be going down into the lower to mid 30’s, keeping an eye out for Franklin and eastern part of Hampshire county, as well, for any frost advisories. Any sensitive vegetation should be brought inside.

Monday morning we could see some possible fog, but otherwise expect partly sunny skies and we will begin our warm up for the week. Highs will be in the lower 60’s. Monday night, skies stay mostly clear with lows in the upper 30’s and low 40’s.

We’re tracking a dry and seasonable week, next week and the good news is that all indications are showing that Hurricane Joaquin will stay way out to sea.

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