The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Kevin Appleby:

While all of us here in the Capital Region dealt with the humidity Saturday, it was very much a split decision in terms of who saw rainfall and who didn’t. Occasional showers and downpours impacted areas generally north and east of Albany Saturday afternoon, while south and west of the Capital remained mostly dry with partly sunny skies and higher temperatures.

These pop-up downpours were in association with a weak surface cold front swinging through our region from the north. Heading into Saturday evening, I expect these downpours to lose their bite, with all showers fizzling out after midnight.

Skies will remain on the cloudier side heading into Sunday morning. Overnight lows will be within a few degrees of average.

Immediately on Sunday we will notice less humid conditions taking hold of our area. Some models are hinting at a downpour or two in the higher elevations, but high pressure will keep rain chances far more isolated compared to what we saw Saturday.

Temperatures will be cooler for the most part to what we saw today, most notably in areas which avoided afternoon downpours. Highs will predominantly reach the 70s.

High pressure will keep things on the drier side for most of Monday as well, but an approaching system could push some moisture our way closer to dinnertime. Leading up to that, it will be another comfortable day with a good amount of sunshine to start the work week with similar high temperatures compared to Sunday.

Scattered showers are expected Monday night into Tuesday. It is not expected to be a washout by any means, but generally cloudier conditions are expected with seasonable high temperatures.

Some more rain is on the cards for early Wednesday in what will be a breezy day across the Capital Region. To conclude the week, high pressure will take hold of our pattern, with what will become Tropical Storm Idalia forecast to remain well south of Albany. Temperatures will creep up by next weekend.