The first full week (March 6-12) of meteorological spring, which is from March 1 through May 31, will feature some spring-like temperatures but cold, winter-like air as well.

Monday, Mar. 6:  The new week will be off to a fantastic start Monday. It will be chilly in the morning with temperatures in the teens, but it will rise up into the mid 40s in the afternoon, making for a comfortable day with light winds under sunny to partly cloudy skies.

Tuesday, Mar. 7:  Tuesday will be an even milder day with highs in the low to mid 50s, but this time the day will come with clouds and rain showers at times. Therefore it won’t be that nice of a day, even though it will be relatively warm out.

Wednesday, Mar. 8:  Hands down, Wednesday will be the nicest day of the week because temperatures will be mild in the upper 50s and in the above average range; it will be dry; and the sun will be out in the form of mostly sunny skies. The only thing is that winds will be gusty behind Tuesday’s cold front.

Thursday, Mar. 9:  Winds will persist to be strong heading into our Thursday. At the same time, temperatures will begin a downward trend, but that trend will just bring highs back to around average, which is the mid 40s. Also on Thursday, you can expect beautiful sunny skies.

Friday, Mar. 10:  It will continue to get cooler for Friday with winds increasing throughout the day, but at least the sun will remain in sight with intervals of sun and clouds in the forecast. I want to note that a minor storm system may move through overnight Thursday, so a few light snow showers are possible, and very small accumulations are possible on the ground Friday morning.

Saturday, Mar. 11:  Now around the weekend time period, the weather models don’t have a clue about what will happen, so please take this forecast with a grain of salt. As of now, Saturday is forecast to be a nice day with partly cloudy skies and slightly below average temperatures.

Sunday, Mar. 12:  Then on Sunday, mostly sunny skies and temperatures around 40 degrees seems to be the most “likely” scenario for now. There is the potential for a late-season snowfall this weekend, but again, that chance is low and no one really knows what weather will happen around this time.

Jackson Dill is a Wilton High School junior 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.