(OLNEY/NEWTON) As the frontal boundary continues to be draped over downstate Illinois, showers and thunderstorms continue to redevelop and slide west to east along with ridge which is currently set up along the U.S. Route 50 corridor. In fact, a Flash Flood Watch is in effect for the area counties, pretty much along Route 50 to the north, in effect until mid-morning on this Monday. That boundary continues to hang tight with scattered rain and storms again expected later today and tonight. Eventually, an approaching cold front will move in and drive the frontal boundary out of Illinois, giving us more rain chances tomorrow through tomorrow night before ending. Then we’re back to dry and hot conditions for Wednesday and the rest of the work week. Maybe more rain chances Thursday night and Friday, although that might all stay to our north. Stay tuned to a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for continued weather updates and/or warnings.