Spotty showers expected overnight into Friday; weekend to be sunny and warm

There will be a few spotty showers across the Hudson Valley for the end of the workweek, but better weather is on the way.
NEXT: A cold front stalls to our south this evening, bringing spotty showers to the region. On/off showers continue overnight into Friday with temperatures in the mid- to upper-70s .  
NEW: Remnants of Nicholas continue to bring flash flood threat to the Gulf Coast states. Nicholas poses no threat to our local area. There are two tropical disturbances in the Atlantic that have a 70-80% chance of development over the next few days. As of right now, these storms pose no threat to the U.S. Still something we’re monitoring very closely.   
THE WEEK AHEAD: Temperatures remain slightly above average through Friday under a cloudy sky and a few spotty showers. The stalled cold front will weaken by Friday evening, where high pressure will begin to move in from our West. Sunshine and drier conditions return this weekend with warm temperatures in the upper-70s to low-80s.   
OVERNIGHT: Mostly cloudy with hit-or-miss showers. Lows near 68.
FRIDAY: Cloudy with scattered showers. High of 77. Low of 66. 
SATURDAY: Sunshine returns! Partly sunny and warm. High of 82. Low of 65. 
SUNDAY: Sunny and warm. High of 80. Low of 62.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny and pleasant. High of 78. Low of 64.
TUESDAY: Mix of sun and clouds, warm. High of 80. Low of 63. 
WEDNESDAY - FIRST DAY OF FALL: Sun and clouds. High of 79. Low of 64. 
 THURSDAY: AM chance for showers, partly sunny. High of 77. Low of 63.