The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Kevin Appleby:

After a bright start to your Sunday, clouds gradually thickened ahead of an area of low pressure approaching our region. High temperatures reached the upper 60s and lower 70s prior to the clouds rolling in.

The aforementioned system will bring scattered rain showers Sunday evening and overnight. This is a part of a developing coastal low near New York City.

Temperatures will be higher than they’ve been over the past few nights, with most of us remaining in the 50s to near 60 degrees.

A couple lingering showers are expected tomorrow morning. The coastal low will develop near NYC, with a steadier rain expected to develop from Western New England farther east.

Some of the newest guidance even brings the steady rain as far west as the Hudson Valley, so keep the umbrella handy on Monday as this storm system strengthens offshore.

It will be a mostly cloudy and cool day otherwise. Temperatures will struggle to climb through the 60s.

High pressure will begin to build behind a cold front for Tuesday. It will be a bit breezy with the change in air masses. A stray shower is possible farther to the north.

High temperatures will once again struggle to get out of the 60s on Tuesday. A better chance to reach the 70 degree mark comes Wednesday as that high pressure really settles in.

Our weather remains calm and downright pleasant to round out the work week, with temperatures gradually increasing heading into the weekend.

We are tracking a storm system set to impact us sometime early next week. I think Sunday is the wettest of the three days featuring rain (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday), but Monday and Tuesday will remain unsettled.