(OLNEY/NEWTON) A broad upper low weather disturbance continues to move across most of the Midwest early this morning, giving us some light snow flurries mixed with light rain at times in our downstate area. We’ll eventually dry out with a mostly cloudy and cool day on tap, although we could see some sunshine as the clouds decrease a bit later today while the northwest wind continues to pump in colder air through tonight. As that upper low gradually shifts eastward, we’ll get a couple days of dry weather as a surface high moves overhead. Then a warm front that will move up near the Ohio River Valley will give us our next precipitation chance Friday night in the form of rain and snow, then back to all rain by early Saturday morning before ending. Maybe more rain and/or snow chances Sunday morning before we dry out with some warmer air moving in for the first half of next week. Stay tuned to a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for continued updates.