The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Kevin Appleby:
Sunday was another day with scattered showers with imbedded locally heavy downpours moving through the Capital Region, with a particular focus south of I-90. Temperatures were cool once again, with highs reaching the upper 50s and 60s.
Showers will continue overnight, mainly south of Albany. It’s been a cloudy, cool, and damp few days locally, but we are going to see gradual improvement over the next day or so.
Low temperatures will be similar to what we woke up to on Sunday. Some breaks in the clouds are expected farther north with what’s left of Ophelia continuing to weaken to our south.
Monday is a day of transition, with some more showers expected south of Albany. Clouds will erode from north to south as the day progresses.
A weak trough may be enough to produce a late afternoon shower or two up north in what is otherwise a dry Monday.
High pressure currently in Canada will situate itself north of the Capital Region beginning Tuesday, and I don’t foresee this pattern being truly interrupted for the remainder of the week.
After a brief cooldown Tuesday, Wednesday will be close to seasonable with lots of sunshine.
Temperatures will gradually climb heading into the upcoming weekend. Some extra clouds may be deposited into our region Friday with a storm system swinging by to our south, but rain chances remain at a minimum through the weekend.
Long-range guidance continues to support an extended dry, mild stretch heading into next week.