The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologists Rob Lindenmuth and Kevin Appleby.

Humidity levels continue to decrease after a cold front swung through the Capital Region early Wednesday, bringing some heavier rains. Clouds will be on the decrease tonight, providing a window of opportunity to view the “Blue Supermoon” that won’t occur again until the beginning of 2037!

Otherwise, temperatures will be considerably cooler than the past few nights, with upper 40s to mid 50s expected. A stray shower or two is possible in the evening.

High pressure will continue to build over our area, resulting in lots of sunshine Thursday. There will be just a bit of a breeze out of the north-northeast.

Temperatures will run a few degrees below average, maxing out predominantly in the low to mid 70s. The humidity will remain low.

Some fog is expected for the early morning hours of Friday in what will be a chilly start. Despite this, temperatures will ultimately climb into the 70s to near 80 under mostly sunny skies.

Temperatures will continue to climb, along with the humidity, entering the upcoming holiday weekend. This is a result of upper-level ridging moving over the northeastern United States.

The good news is that we are looking mostly dry, with just a slight chance of a shower Saturday night into early Sunday. After a hot and increasingly humid Labor Day Weekend potentially featuring higher temperatures than we saw at any point in August, the torch will be dialed up another notch by the middle of next week.

The ACs will be working overtime next week!