A warm and seasonable week (Sept. 11-17) is in store as temperatures briefly warm up back into the 80s for a couple days with sunny and dry conditions for the majority of the week.

Monday, Sept. 11:  Monday will be one of those dry days with mostly sunny skies in the forecast. Temperatures will be warmer than they were the past weekend with highs expected to get into the mid 70s.

Tuesday, Sept. 12:  On Tuesday, we’ll get up to 80 degrees. That will feel great because it’s been relatively cool outside. Soak up and enjoy the warmth now before we’ll really get cool heading into fall and eventually winter. Some high clouds will overspread as the day progresses, filtering the sunshine at times.

Wednesday, Sept. 13:  Wednesday will be another beautiful day, featuring partly cloudy skies and a high temperature near 80 degrees. Great weather to go for a walk outside!

Thursday, Sept. 14:  Thursday will still be a nice and mild day with temperatures holding at around 80 degrees (after waking up to temperatures in the low 60s). If you love sleeping with your windows open, this whole week will be perfect for that. During the day on Thursday, there will be clouds from time to time due to a disturbance to our south and west.

Friday, Sept. 15:  By Friday, the remnants of what was Hurricane Irma will continue to impact the Southeast U.S., and now will also affect us, bringing in light-to-moderate showers at times with breaks of sunshine in between. That rain will also bring temperatures back down toward average into the mid 70s.

Saturday, Sept. 16:  This weekend isn’t looking as nice as the last weekend we just had. On Saturday, a few showers are possible as some moisture from Friday’s rain sticks around. Otherwise it will be a mostly cloudy and even cooler day.

Sunday, Sept. 17:  Sunday will be drier with a mix of sun and clouds, although we still can’t completely rule out a shower. Looking ahead to early next week, we’ll have to watch Hurricane Jose, which right now is northeast of the Caribbean, because the models are hinting at potential impacts for the Northeast.

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.;