The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from meteorologist Matt Mackie:

A good amount of sun this morning, but more clouds drift in from the east as a storm system swirls away over coastal New England.

After a chilly start, temperatures only warm to the mid 60’s in Albany and surrounding towns. Vermont and Massachusetts will run a touch cooler, with clouds thickening up sooner in the day. Temperatures like these are more typical of late April than early June.

Tonight, temperatures run cool once again. A few more clouds around, but a north wind still gets us to the 40’s across the board.

Tomorrow looks nice, with some sun early on. We can’t rule out a shower or two later in the day, but temperatures are able to get closer to seasonable levels – in the low to mid 70’s.

More substantial shower chances for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. More clouds and raindrops keep temperatures a little cooler, with highs only in the 60’s for the three day stretch.

Rain chances are lower for Friday, and more dry time gets us back to the low 70’s. Weather trends a bit nicer for the start of the weekend – mid 70’s with a mix of sun and clouds.