(OLNEY/NEWTON) The cold front that brought severe thunderstorms to areas north of Interstate 70 yesterday and last night has now moved out of Illinois, with no real rain amounts received here in our downstate region. That means another dry and warm spring day with plenty of sunshine is on tap for this Thursday, although a back door cold front could bring a few spotty rain showers, maybe an isolated storm, to Illinois tonight, but most of that wet activity will stay to our north. As a warm front moves northward, all of the rain chances after tonight stay in the Upper Midwest, and for us, it means more warm and humid air in place into and through the weekend. As the frontal boundary waivers, the rain has been taken out of our Mother’s Day forecast and moved to Monday and Tuesday of next week. Listen to a NOAA Weather Radio for updates.