Berkshire County has moved further along into spring with April Showers expected throughout the week.
Today (Monday) looks to be the wettest day of the week. In North Adams, folks can expect rain sporadically through the afternoon and evening, according to AccuWeather.
Temperatures are only expected to reach 50 degrees with continued cloud coverage.
It is the same deal in Pittsfield and Great Barrington, however, less rain can be expected.
AccuWeather predicts some sun on Tuesday and Thursday. North Adams should see temperatures in the low to mid-60s. It is the same situation in Pittsfield and in Great Barrington, although Great Barrington can expect a high of 69 Wednesday.
The rain returns Thursday and Friday.
According to AccuWeather, In North Adams, there is a 59 percent chance of rain Thursday and a 77 percent chance of rain on Friday. Folks in Central and South County can expect the same with temperatures expected to stay in the 40s and 50s.
But this weekend looks promising. Don't expect temperatures in the 70s but sunny days are expected. Temperatures countywide should linger in the 50s Saturday and hit the low to mid-60s Sunday.
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