Latest Forecast Update from Meteorologists Steve Caporizzo and Kevin Appleby:

Another day stuck in a rut. Similar to Monday and Tuesday, Wednesday kept the theme of mostly cloudy skies, seasonable temperatures, and a stray shower or two after some steadier showers early in the morning.

Clouds will linger for the overnight period, resulting in seasonably mild low temperatures again. Lows will for the most part remain in the 40s.

High pressure will try to wedge some drier air into our region for Thursday. This will result in an overall sunnier day comparatively speaking, but we cannot rule out a shower north of Albany.

High temperatures will in the low to mid 60s (some upper 50s in the highest elevations). There will be a bit of a breeze out of the northwest.

Friday is going to be the sunniest day we’ve seen in over a week. High temperatures will be a bit lower Friday and Saturday.

We’ve been keeping an eye on a developing system which will track near the Capital Region this weekend. Recent model trends suggest this storm should remain south of us, with only light rain showers possible late Saturday south of Albany.

A blustery Sunday will follow this up. Then, temperatures will be seasonably cool for the beginning of next week, with another cloudier pattern set to take hold.