The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Kevin Appleby.

Tuesday remained on the cloudier side, but we saw not nearly as much rain shower activity develop this time around. The low pressure system responsible for a somewhat rainy Sunday and Monday is departing to our east away from the area.

Skies will begin to clear overnight, and winds will calm down. This will allow temperatures to drop into the 30s and low 40s, or cooler than it’s been the past few days.

Wednesday will feature more sunshine and dry conditions. Temperatures will spike into the low to mid 60s.

As high pressure slides to our east by Thursday, our winds will pick up from the south. This will usher in warmer air for Thursday, with highs in the 60s to near 70 under mostly sunny skies.

Clouds will thicken up overnight Thursday into Friday ahead of our next system. Showers are possible in what will be a breezy Friday, but the most widespread of the rains will hold off until at least Friday night.

Saturday has the potential to be a washout with periods of rain, but not every model is on board with a Capital Region soaker. Either way, with a strong area of low pressure developing over the Atlantic waters, look for winds to pick up substantially by Sunday.

Temperatures will be knocked back for what looks to be a breezy Monday. But temperatures will quickly recover by the middle of next week, where well-above average temperatures are favored.