(OLNEY/NEWTON) As an upper level low drops out of the Upper Midwest by tonight, we’ll have increased cloud cover as we move through this Monday, but most all of the snow associated with this weather system will stay to our north through tonight. As the low moves eastward, we’ll more wrap-around clouds tomorrow and a slight chance of some scattered flurries as well on Tuesday, but then a Canadian high pressure will give us a clear sky Wednesday and a southerly wind flow will bring in much warmer air for Thursday and Friday. However, another upper level low moves into the Midwest with rain chances Friday afternoon and again Saturday night. Therefore next weekend will not be a total washout. Stay tuned for weather updates and be listening to a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for forecast details and information.