The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologists Rob Lindenmuth and Kevin Appleby.

We hope you all had a chance to enjoy the phenomenal fall weather today! High temperatures reached the upper 50s and lower 60s with lots of sunshine.

We will begin the overnight period mostly clear, but clouds will begin to build late from west to east. Lows will be similar to last night, if not a few degrees warmer.

We continue to watch a system approaching from the Central United States. As it moves closer to us, drier air to our north will be acting to suppress most of the moisture south of the Capital Region.

Saturday afternoon presents the best opportunity for some rain showers, mainly south of I-90. Otherwise, skies will be mostly cloudy, and it will be a bit cooler than the previous few days.

The storm system will race offshore and reorganize. As a result, our winds locally could increase just a bit for Sunday.

An upper level disturbance will meander close by to our region Monday and Tuesday. Some rain showers are possible each day, with a better opportunity on Tuesday. By no means do we expect anything close to a washout.

Temperatures will be on the increase by the end of the upcoming work week, falling closer to average by the beginning of the following week.