(OLNEY/NEWTON) A quick weather disturbance along a warm front that’s draped over Southern Illinois has given us more rain and some thunderstorm activity over the past 12 to 16 hours, dropping another half to full inch of rain along with some hail and dangerous lightning. As the warm front moves back southward today, we’ll have more rain and thunderstorms this afternoon, with some severe weather possible. That’s before a cold front moves through and ends our rain chances by midnight tonight, if not earlier. Then after some more cool air moves in place tomorrow with a little sunshine, we’ll stay dry on Thursday but yet another rain chance Friday afternoon and another shot of cold air moves in to start the weekend, which appears at this time to be mostly dry. Stay tuned for continued weather updates and be listening to a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for the latest in severe weather information and/or details.