The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from meteorologist Kevin Appleby:

Close call today! Steady Rains remained south of the Capital Region, with just a few showers passing by south of I-90.

Clouds will hang around tonight, keeping us a bit mild. Lows for the most part remain in the 40s.

Winds on Sunday will be out of the north-northwest. As you head farther northwest, there will be more cloud cover, and a shower can’t be ruled out. West of our viewing area, they will see a more unsettled day thanks to lake breezes.

It will be a cool Sunday, and just a touch breezy. Highs will be a few degrees below normal.

Monday and Tuesday will be similar days featuring mostly cloudy skies and the chance for a few showers. As of now, Monday looks to be just a bit more likely for a couple showers to pop, especially in the higher terrain.

By Wednesday, high pressure will move in, resulting in a warming trend and lots of sun. Our next storm system, which could bring some widespread rains, will be arriving late Friday or early Saturday.

Cooler conditions will follow this storm system by the beginning of next week.