With leftover showers tapering we saw clearing skies and temperatures soaring to the low and mid 70s this Saturday. 

High clouds will gradually increase overnight as low pressure approaches with lows dropping to the 40s by morning.

Sunday will see clouds increase with spotty showers possible later, but mainly north and west of the Capital Region as highs move back up toward 60. Showers will become more likely by late Sunday night and especially Monday morning when locally heavy rain and maybe a thunderstorm will move through following overnight lows not much below 60. |

Some of that rain and snowmelt over parts of the North Country may allow water levels to rise on creeks and streams along with the possibility of street flooding in heavier downpours early Monday. A flood watch is in effect, mainly north. 

We'll peak early, around 60 on Monday and fall slowly through the day with variable clouds and a few leftover showers as a cool west to northwest wind kicks in. 

At this point it looks like sun will make a return Tuesday with highs reaching the 50s but that will be followed by some clouds through midweek with highs mostly staying in the 50s. 

A warmup should return again by the end of the work week, but not without the potential of showers.