Another active weather week (February 5-11) is ahead with multiple rounds of storms featuring the chance for both rain and snow. Thankfully, this first full week of February won’t feature any extreme shots of cold–instead, temperatures will be quite seasonable and close to normal.

Monday, Feb. 5:  Sunday’s rainfall may ice-up overnight as freezing temperatures invade as soon as the precipitation comes to an end. In fact, there is the chance the rain briefly changes back over to snow early in the morning, but no accumulation is forecast. During the daylight hours of your Monday, it will be beautiful featuring mostly sunny skies and a high temperature right around the freezing mark.

Tuesday, Feb. 6:  Tuesday will be a bit milder as warmer air streams in from the south due to high pressure moving offshore. Because our next storm system will be approaching (and will affect us on Wednesday), you can expect a mix of sun and clouds as clouds from that storm begin to stream in.

Wednesday, Feb. 7:  On Wednesday, the forecast gets complicated. There is still uncertainty in regards to where exactly the center of low pressure associated with this storm will track. It’s appearing to take an “inside-runner” track where it moves through the interior Northeast and draws in warmer air into the coast, but it’s looking like there’s going to be cold air in southern New England to possibly allow the precipitation to begin as snow then a wintry mix Wednesday morning. By the afternoon, however, the precipitation is expected to turn over to rain.

Thursday, Feb. 8:  The storm will clear out just in time for our Thursday, allowing for a sunny but cooler day. High temperatures will be at the freezing mark but wind gusts up to 40 mph will limit feels-like temperatures to the teens and 20s.

Friday, Feb. 9:  Winds will still be a bit gusty for our Friday but it won’t be as bad while temperatures heat up by a couple degrees. That warm-up will be paired with partly cloudy skies ahead of another storm system for our weekend.

Saturday, Feb. 10:  Saturday’s storm is looking interesting with a similar set up as Wednesday. As of now, this storm will track closer to the coast, increasing our chance for snow. There is plenty of uncertainty, however, because we are looking nearly a week ahead. Therefore, I’m forecasting for there to be rain or snow–it really all depends on the temperature profile of the atmosphere.

Sunday, Feb. 11:  This storm may clear out for our Sunday depending on the exact timing, so at this time, you can plan for a mix of sun and clouds with near-average temperatures.

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 Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @JacksonsWeather for around-the-clock updates.