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Because of dry conditions and strong winds, the National Weather Service is recommending against open burning in Berkshire County on Friday.
After a run of chart-busting daytime highs, temperatures will return to a more normal range for late March.
Temperatures will warm from 50 on Tuesday to the low 60s by Friday, with no significant rainstorms expected as the seasonal transition gains momentum.
Monday night’s storm, triggered by an onslaught of colder air after an unusually mild day, downed trees up and down Berkshire County, but power disruptions were relatively limited.
Temperatures will average out near normal for this week, with wide swings from the 50s down to the teens, but no accumulating snow is in the extended forecast.
Authorities are advising against unnecessary travel Friday morning as heavy snow continues to fall around the Berkshires.
Berkshire County has more than a dozen volunteers who regularly measure precipitation for the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network. The project's tagline: "because every drop counts."
A record high could be set Thursday, but forecasters predict heavy rain and winds gusting up to 45 mph at night into Friday morning.
After several days of typical winter chill, the temperature should reach 55 on Thursday, but with heavy rain likely.
After a midweek taste of milder temperatures, another bout of storminess is likely by Friday.