If you're enjoying Sunday's warm weather, it won't last for long. Now, if you're tired of the late summer heat and lack of fall colors this year, then you'll be happy to read this.

Rain and changing weather are on the way, and if the forecast is correct the area could be experiencing it's first frost or freeze by Monday night.

After a very warm Sunday, temperatures will stay in the upper 50s for highs Monday as windy conditions will affect the region. Lows Monday night will be in the lower 30s to upper 20s in the higher elevations. A widespread frost or freeze is expected.

If you're not ready for the cold, then don't worry. Temps should warm up mid week under sunny skies. Highs will climb back into the mid 70s with pretty much no chance of rain.

The warm weather this fall has certainly kept the the fall foliage to a minimum in most of the mid to lower parts of the Hudson Valley. There has been color change in the higher elevations in the Catskills, and in parts of Ulster, Greene, and Columbia counties.