The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from meteorologist Kevin Appleby:

Well, those clouds were unwelcomed, weren’t they? A narrow band of higher clouds streamed into the Capital Region for a little while Sunday afternoon. This kept high temperatures lower than forecasted, with most of us remaining in the 70s.

Otherwise, Sunday was a beautiful day featuring low humidity. We’ll see a southwesterly wind tonight usher in more humidity for Monday.

With the uptick in dew points and partly cloudy skies, low temperatures for Monday morning will be on the mild side, especially compared to Sunday morning. Most can expect to remain in the 60s, with some upper 50s for the higher terrain and Adirondacks.

A moisture-starved cold front will swing through from the north-northwest on Monday, but it may provide enough forcing to trigger a few showers and even a downpour or two. I expect the majority of you to remain dry, but any shower that does develop will be brief.

A rumble of thunder or two is possible, especially south of Albany. We can expect high temperatures to max out in the upper 70s and lower 80s with more clouds than sun generally.

Winds will shift to be out of the north-northwest behind this front. This means we will see drier, less humid, brighter, and seasonably cool conditions for the middle of the week.

High temperatures will reach the mid to upper 70s each day. Those are the two best days for any outdoor activities in the 7-day forecast!

Clouds will increase Thursday, and some rain showers are possible later in the day. It all depends of the timing of an upper-level low which will be approaching the Capital Region.

Some guidance clears this low out of the area by late Friday, while others keep it close by through Sunday. Either way, this system will bring cooler conditions to the News10 viewing area by the end of next weekend.