Spring constant, here to stay!
An exciting burst of rain is making its way towards us as we wait in anticipation for our long weekend! What news for ducks and weather enthusiasts! Even if getting wet is not our favorite part of spring, we can still look forward to the blooming flowers, the groups of students studying outside in the warm sunlight, and our allergies that signal to us that spring is gradually returning to us, along with a slow but steady return to normalcy. Keep those raincoats and boots handy for just a couple more weeks!
When the weather picks up, we hope your spirits do as well! Make sure to take some time to enjoy the beautiful weather outside and to go on some adventures this weekend! Consider taking a couple of classes outside. Stargazing with your pod? Definitely a win. What about a walk along the Charles River? Catch up with a friend you haven’t talked to in too long by shouting at each other from the other side of the street! Get vaccinated with your pod! Make sure to take this chance to soak in your well deserved long weekend before we power through the last month of the semester.
Thursday: Cloudy and then chance of showers. High around 49°F (9°C). East winds around 9–15 mph.
Thursday night: Very rainy, low around 40°F (4°C). Winds eastwards, 14–16 mph. About a half to three quarters of precipitation possible.
Friday: Very rainy and breezy. High around 44°F (7°C) and low around 39°F (4°C). Patchy fog at night, north winds 10 mph with gusts at around 20 mph.
Saturday: Chance showers and then mostly cloudy. High around 48°F (9°C) and low around 41°F (5°C). Winds in the north around 11 mph, gusts as high as 22 mph.
Sunday: Partly sunny and then mostly cloudy. High near 53°F (12°C) and low near 43°F (6°C). Calm winds in west and south around 5 mph.