After a brief flirtation with winter, the Berkshires will see sunny skies and warming temperatures as a mini heatwave heads our way.
The jet stream will move north to allow a warmer air to flow through the Midwest and Northeast that could mean record high temperatures for this time of the year.
The National Weather Service in Albany, N.Y., describes Thursday as a "fairly quite, albeit atypical November day" with the biggest story being the "heat." Some communities have already reached into the 70s with more expected to follow over the next few days.
"The overall message being a prolonged period of well-above-average temperatures, which has the potential to threaten daily record high temperatures starting this weekend into early next week," according to NWS.
Unfortunately, Accuweather says the unseasonable warmth will be ushered out by cooling temperatures and precipitation next week that could be abrupt in some regions.