(OLNEY/NEWTON) A weak upper level disturbance will move across the Midwest today giving us more cloud cover for later today with the rain chances staying to our west and northwest. However, after this dry Thursday, a surface low pressure system moves towards the Ohio River Valley before stalling out over Missouri, giving us on-and-off rain chances tonight through the day tomorrow, then again tomorrow night and through the day on Saturday. Now it won’t be a total wash-out during the 48 hours, but there will be periodic rain showers here or there at various times. In fact, areas north of I-70 will likely have various amounts of wet snow. Once this system exits our region, we’ll have another short period of dry weather Sunday into Monday before more rain falls late Monday through next Tuesday night. Stay tuned to a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for weather updates.