(OLNEY) As a frontal boundary stays south of us, stretching from Kentucky back through Arkansas, its rain will also stay south along the Ohio River Valley today. However, the associated clouds will wrap around for our downstate area this afternoon. Then after a dry sky tonight, more clouds build in tomorrow afternoon with rain and possibly thunderstorm activity expected as an approaching cold front from the northwest moves through. A high pressure will settle into the Upper Midwest by Monday night, therefore giving us more dry weather conditions for the first half of next week until more rain chances roll through next Wednesday night. Stay tuned to a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for updates and/or other information.