(OLNEY/NEWTON) It’s back to another warm and generally dry day on tap for this Thursday. An upper level low sagging south of St. Louis will interact with the old frontal boundary draped across the Ohio River Valley and could trigger some scattered showers and thunderstorms along and south of the Interstate 64 corridor, maybe as far north as Route 50. Then that upper level low is expected to track back east/northeast into Indiana, again giving us the chance of scattered rain tonight through the day tomorrow, along with plenty of clouds. As that upper level low moves off to the east, the next weather system is expected to move in with our next rain chances late Saturday night and through Sunday, however another frontal boundary could possibly stall out again and give us more summertime, on and off again chances of showers and storms through the last of next week. Stay tuned to a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for weather updates and details.