(OLNEY/NEWTON) The cold front that dropped through our downstate region last evening has now moved further south and now stalled out in the Ohio River Valley. It’s been replaced now by yet another humid airmass that will keep us dry and sticky for today, but that will be replaced by an approaching upper ridge that will bring us more shower and thunderstorm activity for later this evening, most generally in the hours around sunset, although the rain should end by midnight, if not sooner. Then a breezy and cooler day will be on tap for tomorrow as a northwesterly wind will usher in some cooler air for both Sunday and Monday. After that, we return to more warm and dry conditions for the last half of next week and maybe more rain chances for next weekend. Stay tuned to a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for weather updates and other information.