(OLNEY/NEWTON) As the frontal boundary that’s brought heavy rainfall amounts to most all parts of our listening area over the past 72 hours has now moved out of Illinois, an approaching cold front will now push across our downstate region today, giving us one more slight chance of spotty showers or isolated thunderstorms this afternoon. Then we dry out tonight and tomorrow before an upper level ridge builds into Illinois and brings us maybe our hottest weather conditions so far this year with high humidity levels included. We’ll stay dry tomorrow through the first of next week until a rain chance on Tuesday. From flooding to high heat and humidity levels. Stay tuned to a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for updates and/or possible alerts.