The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologists Steve Caporizzo, Rob Lindenmuth, & Kevin Appleby.

This morning was a true taste of winter temperatures… We woke up with widespread temperatures in the teens thanks to clear skies and calm winds.

A couple more snow showers, mixing with rain in the lower elevations, are continuing to sweep through the Capital Region this evening. A quick coating on the grassy surfaces is possible.

Temperatures won’t drop as low as we saw for Monday morning, with most of us seeing seasonable temperatures in the upper 20s and lower 30s as any lingering moisture tapers.

The winds will pick up a bit for Tuesday behind the cold front, but high pressure will slide to the east. This will result in increasing sunshine for the middle of the week, along with a warming trend.

One more seasonably cold day is in store for Tuesday to accompany an increase in the winds. High temperatures will mostly be in the low to mid 40s, about five degrees below normal.

Temperatures will be near seasonable levels on Wednesday before rising to about five degrees or so above average for Thursday. This will be accompanied by lots of sunshine as high pressure dictates our weather pattern.

A cold front will approach Friday evening after we see temperatures spike to near 60 degrees. We will also see an increase in our winds for the first half of the weekend, with the best chance for rainfall occurring overnight Friday into early Saturday.

We turn chillier once again leading up to Thanksgiving, with some snow showers possible on Sunday. The Storm Tracker Team continues to monitor the chance for potential system in the days leading up to Thanksgiving.