The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologists Steve Caporizzo and Kevin Appleby:

Latest Briefing on Hurricane “Lee”
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Simply put – what a phenomenal day! Low humidity, seasonably cool temperatures – it felt like fall for sure! With just a few scattered clouds tonight, we expect temperatures to get even lower than we saw this morning.

Most of us will see low temperatures in the 40s, with some upper 30s possible in the northern Adirondacks. Patchy fog is possible in the river valleys with light winds.

We expect lots of sunshine tomorrow, with similar high temperatures to what we saw on Thursday. A breeze will pick up later in the day as Hurricane Lee approaches from the south.

We continue to monitor Hurricane Lee, which has seen an eastward trend in terms of its track. While Saturday will be a touch breezy (especially in Western New England), we will remain dry with an increase in higher clouds.

A warmer day is in store for Sunday with more clouds expected later in the day. This is ahead of a weak disturbance that offers the chance for showers and a few rumbles of thunder Monday.

Outside of that, we look pretty dry for this ten-day stretch, with temperatures rising closer to 80 degrees by next weekend.