Scattered rain should stick around through the morning before lifting to the northeast behind a warm front. Behind the front, warm southwest winds could gust upwards of 30mph. Those southwest winds will also help to import much milder air, pushing temperatures to the low 70s.
While rain may continue in a spotty to scattered nature in the North Country, much of the day should be dry for central New York. We should still hold on to a good amount of cloud cover, only seeing some breaks in the clouds later in the afternoon.
A cold front should pass through the area on Monday, but as of right now it looks like the heaviest of any associated showers should graze to our southeast. Once the front passes, drier air works in again and temperatures should remain seasonable through most of the week. The majority of the work week looks like it should be dry, with the next system approaching late on Thursday and bringing rain for Friday.