(OLNEY/NEWTON) As the high pressure currently centered over the Upper Midwest moves eastward, a stronger southerly wind flow will start a warming trend for our downstate region. With sunshine today, we’ll see a few high clouds mixed in and as a warm front moves up from the southwest states, we’ll prepare for some spotty rain showers overnight, mostly likely more towards daybreak tomorrow morning, then ending by 12 noon tomorrow (2/14/18). After a dry Wednesday afternoon, several weather systems will move through the Midwest one right after the other. That means rain chances Thursday morning, Thursday night, and Friday morning, before a final cold front ends the precipitation by mid-afternoon Friday and brings in come cooler air for a dry upcoming weekend. It looks like plenty of sunshine on tap for both Saturday and Sunday. Stay up-to-date with a NOAA Weather Alert Radio.