Here is the latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Steve Caporizzo
A beautiful start to the weekend....not so great a finish
High pressure will build over the region through Saturday night then slide east and off the New England coast. Through Saturday night our weather will feature seasonable temperatures and dry weather with seasonable temperatures. During Sunday with the high moving off the coast winds will become S and SE from off the Atlantic Ocean - a moist flow of air and this will result in clouds overspreading the area during Sunday. By late Sunday afternoon there is a low chance for a couple of scattered showers developing, especially to the south of Albany but nothing widespread or of a washout nature.
Monday through next Thursday will see the region "stuck" near a front that will separate pleasant and seasonable temperatures from warm and muggy weather. As a result it looks like cloudy periods during this time along with the threat for some showers and even thunderstorms. Wet weather chance will be slight on Monday and Wednesday, better on Tuesday and Thursday, especially during the PM hours. These latter mentioned days also have the better chance for some warm temperatures and thunderstorms, too.
TONIGHT: Mostly clear....39-44, with some 30s across the Adirondacks and cooler valleys.
SATURDAY: Partly sunny and warmer....Highs 71-76