The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologists Steve Caporizzo and Kevin Appleby.

A cloudy start to Monday eventually led to lots of sunshine and temperatures that were held slightly below normal. These clear skies will allow temperatures to quickly drop this evening, despite an increase in cloudiness expected by the morning.

Tuesday morning will be the chilliest morning we’ve had locally since mid-May. Some clouds will pass through the region in association with a weak, decaying disturbance to our north.

A pop-up shower or two is possible, but most of us will remain dry.

Then-BIG changes… A much warmer air mass will move into the News10 viewing area.

Temperatures Wednesday through Saturday are expected to be 10-15 degrees above average, with precipitation chances remaining minimal.

Friday we could see temperatures push the mid-70s in spots. By the beginning of next week, a cold front will swing through, bringing the threat for showers. Of course, a weekend can never be completely dry!

By Halloween, we are looking at a BIG cool-down, so enjoy the pleasant and warm weather while it lasts!