The weather has been exceptional in Berkshire County over the past few days. A little taste of spring temperatures and bluebird days have been welcomed with open arms, however, we're not out of the thick of it yet.

We'll start with the good news: Tomorrow, Thursday, looks pretty spectacular. Most of Berkshire County will see high temperatures around 72 degrees. Meteorologists say we'll see some sunshine in the morning, but it could be cloudier in the afternoon. I'll still take 72 and cloudy, happily I might add, but it would be nice for us all to have some sunshine left when we get done with work for the day. Things could change by tomorrow, so we'll keep our fingers crossed.

Now, for the bad news, next week some forecasters are predicting temperatures dipping back down to the average March range. The really bad news? There are snow showers in the forecast for both Monday, March 29, and some snow showers mixing with rain expected for Thursday, April 1. Of course, we're a couple of days out so things could change before that, and we'll have our fingers crossed they do.

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Heading into April we all have high hopes the snow is gone for the season, but historically we will see one or two more snowfalls. The last time Berkshire County had a snowless April was in 2012. Let's hope that happens again in 2021

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