Small glimpse of spring this week, temperatures set to drop again on Pi Day
This week in Cambridge, we can expect a couple of days of lovely, sunny weather that help us to get a glimpse of what’s to come (hopefully soon) during springtime in the Northeast. Make sure to try to spend some time outside and soak up that Vitamin D on Thursday and Friday, which will be optimal for a few hours between classes laying out on Killian Court. Unfortunately, the weekend we will experience a 20 degree drop as Pi Day approaches. Despite the gloomier temperature on Sunday, don’t forget to celebrate Pi Day! Many future members of the Class of 2025 will receive notification of their admission to MIT on Sunday, so, buckle up, make your favorite Pi, celebrate the new incoming class, and cross your fingers, because Spring Solstice is near.
Don’t forget to set back your clocks one hour this Sunday! Even though we might be losing one hour of sleep, we will start seeing longer days soon. More light, more Vitamin D, more serotonin, MIT. We got this.
Thursday: Mostly sunny. High around 69°F (21°C). Southwest winds around 7–14 mph.
Thursday night: Slight chance of rain around 4 a.m. Mostly cloudy, with low around 52°F (11 °C).
Friday: Mostly sunny. High around 64°F (18°C) and low around 32°F (0°C). West winds around 10–13 mph.
Saturday: Sunny with a high around 44°F (6°C) and low around 29°F (-1°C). Breezy with gusts up to 37 mph.
Sunday: Mostly sunny with a high around 41°F (5°C). Northwest winds around 9–16 mph.