(OLNEY/NEWTON) With the frontal boundary stalled out to our south, a few scattered showers and thunderstorms will across the southern third of the state this morning before it dries up. That’s while an upper level ridge approaches from the west, blocking the cooler air from the north, but allowing the hot and humid air in for the weekend ahead. Maybe the hottest and most humid weather for our downstate region so far this year tomorrow through Saturday with the hottest day of the period on Friday, although some weather models do show a slight chance of isolated rain or storms tomorrow night. It looks like some relief on Sunday with the next significant chance of rain and storms but then back to a dry period with slightly above normal weather conditions for the first week of July. Stay tuned to a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for updates and details.