Threat of scattered downpours overnight

WHAT'S NEW: Heavier downpours on the way.  
WHAT'S NEXT: After a soggy midweek stretch, nicer conditions move in for the first weekend of summer.
Storm Team Meteorologist Rich Von Ohlen says there is a threat of scattered downpours overnight in the Hudson Valley. 
OVERNIGHT: Periods of rain and an isolated thunderstorm with some heavier downpours from 11 p.m. – 3 a.m. Lows around 61. 
WEDNESDAY: Batches of rain from the overnight hours will taper off during the morning commute.  There will mainly cloudy skies with pockets of drizzle and some isolated showers for the midday hours. Highs around the upper-60s to near 70. Lows around 62.
THURSDAY: More cloud cover with scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms. Highs around 74. Lows around 64.
FRIDAY: Shower activity fades before sunrise with clouds clearing through the morning hours.  Expect mostly sunny skies in the afternoon. Highs around 80. Lows around 62.

SATURDAY: A mix of sun and clouds. Highs around 84. Lows around 65. 

SUNDAY: Party sunny, warm with some humidity. Chance for a thunderstorm arrives after sunset. Highs around 85. Lows around 67. 
MONDAY: Showers for the morning hours then partly cloudy skies and breezy, drier winds. Highs around 82. Lows near 62.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny, drier and pleasant. Highs near 78. Lows near 58.