This week (September 18-24) will definitely be an interesting one because Hurricane Jose will impact the town midweek as it moves up the U.S. East Coast. The track that this storm takes once it gets close to the Northeast will affect how our weather shapes up this entire week, so there is the chance that–even though I’m calling for sunny skies during the end of the week–there may actually be showers if Jose stalls offshore.

Monday, Sept. 18:  The weather on Monday will be pretty nice, featuring clouds gradually clearing to sunshine as the day progresses. Humidity will hold at moderate levels, so there is the slight chance for the development of a shower or thunderstorm.

Tuesday, Sept. 19:  Tuesday will be a cloudy day as Hurricane Jose nears. Some showers may sneak in late in the day with increasing winds. I want to stress that even though we will have a hurricane get close to New England but not make landfall, impacts will be very minor.

Wednesday, Sept. 20:  The peak period in terms of rain from when Jose impacts us is Tuesday night, but a few lingering showers are very much possible Wednesday morning as well. Wind will be the strongest during the day on Wednesday, however. Gusts may potentially top 40 to 50 mph, so scattered power outages are possible.

Thursday, Sept. 21:  Jose will head out to sea, and hopefully we can say goodbye to this storm, although there is the chance it stalls far off the Northeast coast and comes back to hit New England next week. Therefore on Thursday, it will be a beautiful day to officially end the season of summer under sunny skies and with temperatures getting up to 80 degrees.

Friday, Sept.  22:  Friday will be another sunny day to welcome autumn. Temperatures will remain warm at around 80 degrees, which is over five degrees above average. Too bad the season for pools to be open is over because the weather will be very nice to go for a swim.

Saturday, Sept. 23:  A pool will come in handy this weekend. On Saturday, it will be a gorgeous day. It will feel more like summer than fall as a ridge of high pressure just sits over the Eastern U.S.. Expect sunshine and a continuation of those warm conditions.

Sunday, September 24: Expect more of the same on Sunday for the second half of your weekend with mostly sunny skies.

Jackson Dill is a Wilton High School senior who started the website, Jackson’s Weather. His 7-day forecast will appear each Monday on GOOD Morning Wilton. Visit Jackson’s Weather to find out any changes in the forecast. You can also follow him on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram @JacksonsWeather for around-the-clock updates.