The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologists Rob Lindenmuth and Kevin Appleby:

Some higher clouds overspread our region Saturday afternoon in association with an intensifying complex of thunderstorms in the Central United States. However, Saturday was marked with lower humidity and seasonable temperatures, and a stray shower or two north of Albany.

As high pressure becomes more centered over our area, it will lead to a decrease in cloud coverage during the overnight period into early Sunday. Temperatures will be cooler than the past few nights, ranging from the upper 40s to 50s.

More sunshine is expected for Sunday compared to Saturday. Temperatures are anticipated to be a couple degrees higher than they reached Saturday afternoon, with most in the 80s.

The News 10 Storm Tracker Team is keeping a close eye on a potent storm system which will swing through early in the week. Thunderstorms are expected to develop on both Monday and Tuesday.

The Storm Prediction Center has placed the Capital Region in a Level 1/5 Marginal risk for severe storms. We’ll be here to update you about these storms throughout the next few days. Temperatures should be held in the 70s on Monday due to these storms despite a mild start to the day.

This storm will depart by Wednesday, but it will be a bit on the breezy side following this system. The remainder of the week features shower and storm chances as an unsettled weather pattern grasps our area.