Zach Muraskin is currently an eighth grade student at Middlebrook School and the weatherman for The Middlebrook Times, the student-produced news website which launched earlier this year. He’s joining GOOD Morning Wilton as a contributor, providing a weekly weather forecast for Wilton every Monday.
The Week at a Glance (April 25-May 1): Seasonable temperatures and a rain event or two throughout the week will create an average late-April week, at least weather-wise.
Monday, April 25: Sunny skies and temperatures nearing 70 will allow for outdoor activities before rain moves in on Tuesday.
Tuesday, April 26: Rain showers and temperatures just below 60 will be the dominant weather factors for the Connecticut Presidential Primary.
Wednesday, April 27: Clear skies and temperatures around 60 mean that leaves will continue to bud across the area.
Thursday, April 28: Temperatures will peak around 60 degrees along with cloudy skies and some rain showers later in the day.
Friday, April 29: Some rain showers and temperatures stalling around 60 for the fourth day in a row will make for a dull day weatherwise.
Saturday, April 30: Although temperatures still won’t rise above 60 degrees, clearing skies means that the day may be more enjoyable than Friday—but of course it will be, because weekends are always more enjoyable!
Sunday, May 1: The potential for yet another rain event does exist today, and for the sixth straight day in a row, temperatures will register around 60 degrees.