The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Kevin Appleby:

Saturday was a washout across the Capital Region with a slow-moving cold front swinging through the area. Heavy rain crawled to the east as the day moved along, with more rainfall falling west of Albany.

Breezes picked up behind the front out of the west-northwest. Rain will gradually taper to showers overnight.

Breezes will continue Sunday, gusting at times to 30 MPH. It’s a much drier day, but a few showers are expected to pop in the afternoon.

High temperatures will struggle to climb through the 50s to near 60. Some in the Adirondacks may remain in the 40s!

No – your eyes are not deceiving you! Short range model runs are suggestion the highest terrain of the Adirondacks could see a few wet snow flakes mixing in with some rain showers Sunday night!

The upper level system accompanying today’s cold front will continue to sit and spin in Southern Canada. This will keep the chance for an afternoon shower or two on both Monday and Tuesday with otherwise partly sunny skies.

Temperatures will be stuck in the 50s once again on Monday, with a modest increase expected for Tuesday.

Shower chances increase a bit for Thursday and Friday after a dry Wednesday. Models are hinting at another area of low pressure moving into our region late Friday into Saturday which could once again deliver a steady rain.

No warmth in sight – if anything, temperatures look to dip into the mid 50s by the end of the ten day forecast! It’s full-on flannel season here in the Capital Region.