The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologists Steve Caporizzo and Kevin Appleby.

Well, survey says it was not a great weather day on Monday across the Capital Region. Some words that can be used to describe it include, but are not limited to: gloomy, dreary, raw. Temperatures barely rose, and a lot of us couldn’t even break into the mid 60s.

A few lingering showers are possible tonight as a cold front swings through our region. More notably, the wind will pick up by Tuesday morning.

Low temperatures tonight will mainly be in the 50s. A few breaks in the cloudiness are expected by dawn.

Think of Tuesday as a day of transition between nice weather and Monday’s mess. It will be breezy, and a shower is possible up north. Skies will mostly cloudy, though we do expect more sunshine late in the day.

High temperatures will be seasonably cool, but warmer than Monday. Most of us reach the mid to upper 60s.

High pressure will then settle in for the remainder of the work week. Temperatures will be closer to average for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday with a great deal of sunshine.

Our eyes then turn to a potential coastal storm once again. Models are in disagreement on this storm. For the time being, the most likely day we see rain is Sunday, but rain chances could linger into early next week.