(OLNEY/NEWTON) The surface low associated with the cold front that moved through our downstate region has now slipped off to the northeast, with the front now dropping south of the Ohio River Valley. The upper low will continue to give us a cyclonic flow of strong northwest winds with some wrap around clouds, but at least we’ll stay dry on this Wednesday. But it’s another slight chance of spotty rain showers tomorrow afternoon with cooler air in place, plus more rain chances Friday afternoon before we dry out with some sunshine on Saturday. However, some colder air moves in for the weekend with even more rain and/or snow chances not only Friday night, but both Saturday night and Sunday night as well. Stay tuned for more weather information and forecast details, plus be listening to a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for updates.