Today we head to far western Massachusetts, home of the Berkshires! Let’s see what the next couple days have in store for some foliage viewing!
At 1054pm EDT, the temperature in Pittsfield, MA was 54 degrees under overcast skies. An area of low pressure is shifting through the Eastern Great Lakes and trailing a cold front down into the Ohio Valley. This low pressure is expected to shift through the Northeast and New England throughout the day Tuesday, bringing periods of moderate to heavy rains to western MA. Shower activity should trail off during the overnight hours and with high pressure building over the area Wednesday, a fairly decent day looks to be in store!
Tuesday: All-day rain chances, better chance of afternoon thunderstorms. High 68, Low 52.
Wednesday: Showers trailing off shortly after midnight. Clouds clear out by afternoon. High 65, Low 51.
TWC :Tuesday: Afternoon thunderstorms. High 67, Low 53.
Wednesday: Cloudy. High 64, Low 57.
AW: Tuesday: A little rain. High 66, Low 54.
Wednesday: Clouds and sun; pleasant. High 66, Low 59.
NWS: Tuesday: Chances of showers early, then heavier afternoon rains. High 65, Low 52.
Wednesday: Isolated early morning showers, then partly sunny. High 67, Low 58.
WB: Tuesday: Chance of showers and thunderstorms. High 65, Low 53.
Wednesday: Partly sunny. High 63, Low 52.
WN: Tuesday: Cloudy with light showers. High 65, Low 50.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy. High 67, Low 57.
FIO: Tuesday: Rain starting in the afternoon. High 70, Low 53.
Wednesday: Rain overnight. High 66, Low 52.
Rain showers are shifting through the region, with heavier ones on the way moving in midday.