(OLNEY/NEWTON) As a low pressure storm system, followed by an associated cold front, move in our direction, we’ll see more clouds as we move through this Wednesday, plus a chance of scattered showers and possible thunderstorms from mid-afternoon through late tonight, some storms could be severe in nature. Then a warm front develops and lifts northward, keeping all the rain to our north, and giving us our warmest weather conditions so far this year with more sunshine on Friday and Saturday. The warm front will eventually sag southward, giving us rain chances Sunday afternoon through night. It looks like a dry Monday, maybe more rain chances next Tuesday. Listen to a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for weather updates and other forecast information.