The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from meteorologist Kevin Appleby:

Humidity levels were much lower for your Saturday across the Capital Region. A nearby low-pressure system was responsible for the cloud cover and occasional rain shower earlier in the day. Cloud cover also kept temperatures a few degrees below average.

High pressure will build over the area for Sunday, resulting in more sunshine and higher temperatures. Most can expect their daytime highs to be a couple degrees above average for Sunday.

We’ll do it all again on Monday, but this time we will bring some humidity to the mix. A shower or two is possible as a moisture-starved cold front swings through the region later Monday.

This will usher in cooler conditions with sunny skies for Tuesday and Wednesday. A lot of us may wake up with temperatures in the 40s Wednesday morning!

Clouds will increase Thursday as we turn our eyes towards an end-of-week storm system. There are still model discrepancies right now as to when exactly this storm will impact us, bringing some showers and thunderstorms. For now, we will eye Thursday afternoon – Saturday afternoon timeframe for rain chances, but I’m not expecting any washouts.