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Harvest of memories

Despite the occasional rain in the evening, this week is a mix of sunshine and clouds. In Boston, the temperature is consistently in the sixties, allowing a nice stroll along the esplanade. However, a storm system is moving up the east coast possibly bringing us strong gusts of wind. Hurricane Ian made landfall, yesterday in Florida as a category 4 storm, and during the rest of the week, it is projected to move up to Virginia. 

Back at MIT, we saw a frenzy of students in the Z-center searching for jobs last week. Even with varying levels of success in securing an interview, we all came away with free succulents, a new wardrobe, and office supplies. The seniors also had their Disorientation, and in the coming week, the juniors will finally become oriented at the aquarium. As we are slowly transitioning into the fall weather, we will have more opportunities for fun activities like apple picking, collecting colorful leaves, and harvesting memories.  

Today: Sunny. High around 64°F (18°C). Northeast wind around 9-11 mph.
Tonight: Mostly clear. Low around 49°F (9°C). North wind around 5-8 mph.
Friday: Cloudy. High around 62°F (17°C) and low around 49°F (9°C). North wind around 7 mph and calm in the evening.
Saturday: Cloudy with a chance of showers (20%). High around 65°F (18°C) and low around 53°F (12°C). Northeast wind around 14-18 mph.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy. High around 59°F (15°C) and low around 51°F (11°C). Northeast wind around 15-24 mph.