(OLNEY/NEWTON) It’s another complicated forecast as a very summer-like weather pattern is keeping hot temperatures in place with afternoon instability lasting into the evening hours, causing at least a slight chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms to develop. With that being said, as an upper level ridge and a surface high pressure park over the Midwest through this holiday weekend, we’ll be hot, especially tomorrow and on Memorial Day. Weather eyes remain focused on the subtropical system moving towards the Gulf Coast. Associated moisture with that system could move into the Ohio River Valley by the end of this next work week, giving us a hint of some possible rain. Otherwise, we’ll have some rain chances, again spotty in nature, next Tuesday through Thursday. Stay tuned to a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for updates.