The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologists Steve Caporizzo and Kevin Appleby:
For a second consecutive day, the Capital Region saw abundant sunshine and seasonably warm temperatures. The sunglasses were highly recommended, and jackets were kept in the closets.
Winds will go calm tonight, so watch out for some patchy valley fog, which could be locally dense.
We’ve got record-challenging heat on tap for Tuesday and Wednesday with a strong ridge of high pressure building overhead. Highs in the low to mid 80s!
The ridge will slide to the east for Thursday. Winds will pick up, and it will still be on the warmer side.
A strong cold front approaches late Friday into Saturday, bringing drastically cooler conditions for early next week.
It looks to remain unsettled and seasonably cool for the remainder of the forecast.