(OLNEY/NEWTON) As the weather pattern is now changing for the rest of this week and through the weekend, a strong low pressure, currently over the Upper Great Lakes, will drop southward today, giving us more clouds and a slight chance of some scattered sprinkles and/or flurries before ending later tonight. The a high pressure moves into the Lower Midwest, resulting in plenty of sunshine tomorrow and Thursday, plus a short-lived warm up. Then an unexpected low pressure will follow with cooler air moving in for Friday and Saturday along with some rain chances Thursday night into Friday morning, then some rain and/or snow chances late Friday night into early Saturday morning. Saturday afternoon through Sunday will be dry with a slight warm up Sunday. That’s before another storm system moves in by Monday night. Stay tuned for continued weather updates.