The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Rob Lindenmuth:

Happy Monday! Scattered showers will carry us through the first part of the afternoon, with that threat continuing through the early evening. Drier air trying to work in from the west may bring us some breaks of sunshine late in the day.

Chances for rain will continue to decrease as we go through the afternoon and early evening. Although we don’t go all the way to a zero chance, it will be rather low, especially as we progress overnight.

Instead of the 70s and 80s, we’ll settle for the 50s through the middle of the week. It will turn breezy as well. Upper-level energy will track across New York and bring around round of spotty showers Tuesday.

Wednesday will be drier but still cool. Another warm up is on the way by late week. Temperatures will warm through 60s and back into the 70s. We won’t hold off the rain forever. More showers are expected over the weekend.