Latest Forecast Update from Meteorologists Steve Caporizzo and Kevin Appleby:

After falling jut short of 90 degrees on Labor Day, a lot of spots in the valleys, including Albany, reached it Tuesday afternoon. The high humidity helped heat indices approach 100 degrees in spots.

Higher humidity means we expect the overnight lows to be very similar to what we saw last night, if not a bit milder. Light winds once again means we anticipate some river valley fog to form by the morning.

Wednesday will be a near-repeat performance of what we saw on Tuesday, if not slightly hotter. A heat advisory is in effect again for the valleys.

Regardless of whether or not you are in the heat advisory or not, Wednesday is another day to take it easy. Take frequent breaks and drink a lot of water if you are doing any strenuous physical activity. Of course, better options, if feasible, include jumping into a cooler body of water with sunscreen on, or enjoying some air conditioning!

Thursday will start off with a very similar feel compared to Tuesday and Wednesday, but more clouds will bubble up by the afternoon. As a weakening cold front approaches the Capital Region, some storms are possible later in the afternoon, not before highs once again make a run for the lower 90s.

This is a slow-moving system. No washouts are expected by any means, but there are chances for isolated to scattered showers or thunderstorms through the weekend.

By next week, temperatures will finally be closer to average, and may even drop below average by next weekend. Generally, the theme will continue to be occasional rain with more clouds than sun.