(OLNEY/NEWTON) As the last of the flurries that we had sporadically fall overnight exits our downstate region this morning, the fast moving upper trough that caused them swings into the Ohio River Valley, and with time, the upper level low over the Upper Midwest will start to move eastward, giving us a pattern shift in our weather. That means that cool air will remain in place with some sunshine on tap for this Thursday and that some milder temperatures will move in for tomorrow and Saturday. But it now appears that the warm front developing near the Ohio River Valley will keep most of the previously forecasted rain and/or snow to our south and we’ll mostly stay dry now through our second weekend in March. The dry weather conditions are expected to continue into the first of next week as well. Stay tuned for continued weather updates and details.