The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from meteorologist Kevin Appleby:

Sunday featured plenty of cloud cover across the Capital Region. With some of those clouds came scattered rain showers, particularly later in the afternoon.

Skies won’t clear all that much tonight. Temperatures will be on the mild side. Additionally, model guidance suggests a band of rain showers may sink into the Capital Region from our north overnight.

Monday looks to be a similar day to Sunday here in the Capital Region. Some of our high-res model guidance suggests on-again, off-again rain showers during the afternoon hours, some of which could be heavy.

Look for seasonable to slightly below average high temperatures Monday. Rain shower activity should subside in the evening.

Tuesday will still feature plenty of cloud cover, but I don’t expect the shower activity to be nearly as active. High temperatures will be similar.

An area of high pressure to our northwest will sink in by Wednesday. Wednesday and Thursday are the best days of the week, with lots of sunshine and above-average temperatures.

Friday is a bit of a question mark as some guidance suggests rainfall from an approaching system could begin as early as the morning. Other models keep us dry Friday. Regardless, Saturday is shaping up to be a wet day.

Behind this system, breezes will pick up on a cool Sunday. Then we should revert back to a drier pattern, with temperatures close to normal.