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By Matt Walsh, Maroon Tribune Weatherman

 

Thinking of spending time outdoors this week? Think again. Intermittent rain storms are expected to pound the Berkshires for the remainder of this week and into next week.

 

After a gorgeous sunny day on Monday, with temperatures in the 70’s, Tuesday was cloudy with rain showers throughout the day. As a result, the track meet against Mt. Greylock was  rescheduled. “Having the meet cancelled is inconvenient for everyone running in Western Mass,” stated Matthew Weston, a captain of the boys’ team. “It is now rescheduled for the end of the season and we will have a lot of meets clumped together,” he added.

The weather is also affecting other teams from Monument. The baseball team had to play through the rain in their game on Tuesday. “Playing in the rain is always more difficult,” said Michael Goretti. A tennis match scheduled for Tuesday was cancelled due to the rain. “The wetness has really affected the courts so we cannot play,” stated John Mack. “It’s really frustrating and it makes me anxious,” he added.

 

As far as the rest of the week, plan on wearing a raincoat. This weekend the skies are expected to clear and temperatures will reach the high 60’s and low 70’s. Although we could potentially see some sun on Thursday, there is still a 10% chance of rain.
Monument students are planning on taking full advantage of the time they will be spending indoors. Yasamin Moeini, a senior, says she will use the time to study for an AP test. “I’m going to stay inside and study, the grind never stops,” she added. With the rapidly approaching May 1 college decision deadline looming, some seniors are using the time indoors to make their final choices. PJ Pasia has been going back and forth between two colleges, Elms and Westfield. “I plan on making a decision sometime this week,” Pasia stated.

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