ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The countdown to Friday is once again underway. Happy Monday! Per Meteorologist Jill Szwed, a weak front will spark some pop-up showers with some rogue thunder to the south of I-90.

The emergency water and boil advisory in Colonie was lifted Sunday morning. Also, 18 days after being re-hired, Tom Menas has resigned as Albany Empire head coach. These stories, and more, are covered in your five things to know this Monday morning.

1. Emergency water and boil advisory lifted in Colonie

According to the Colonie Town Supervisor, Peter G. Crummey, the emergency water and boil advisory has been lifted. The advisory was issued Thursday evening.

2. New York 2023 legislative session extended

Coming out of the state budget that was just over a month late, state officials are counting down the days left of the legislative session. The 2023 legislative session will be running later than scheduled as well. Currently, they are set to adjurn on June 9th due to topics such as housing and migrants.

3. 18 days after his re-hiring, Tom Menas resigns as Empire head coach

18 days after his re-introduction as the head coach of the Albany Empire, Tom Menas resigned on Sunday. The resignation comes after a 79-34 loss to the Jacksonville Sharks on Saturday night.

4. Police investigating Albany shooting

The Albany Police Department is investigating a shooting that happened on the morning of May 20. One man was left injured from the incident.

5. Chinese Community Center celebrates 50 years serving Capital Region

Saturday, members of the Chinese and various Asian American communities gathered to celebrate the Chinese Community Center’s 50th anniversary at Proctor’s Theater.