(OLNEY/NEWTON) With the two frontal boundaries causing all of our rain the past few days now moving off to our south and east, our rain will come to an end this morning but the clouds will hang around for a while. An approaching high pressure will give us a dry day today and maybe some sunshine this afternoon, but another cold front moves through tomorrow with more rain chances Saturday afternoon and a strong gusty wind into Saturday night. Then cooler air moves in for Easter Sunday with some light afternoon rain possible and after a brief period of dry weather Sunday night into Monday morning, yet another storm system moves in with rain Monday night and possible thunderstorms for next Tuesday. Our seven day rain total comes in at 4.39 inches here at our WVLN-WSEI National Weather Service Weather Station at the south edge of Olney, no doubt making this one of the wettest months of March on record. Stay tuned for continued weather details and updates and make sure everyone is monitoring a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for the possibility of any severe weather next week.