(OLNEY/NEWTON) While a warm front backed up by a cold front made their way towards Illinois, the high pressure that’s kept us dry with a clear sky since the first of the week will make it another day of some sunshine and clouds mixed up, plus dry. That warm front will slowly move into our downstate area later today with most of the rain chances staying off to our west and northwest. Then the cold front will move through with rain and thunderstorms expected tomorrow and tomorrow night with some severe weather possible south of the line along Interstate 70. This could include heavy rainfall, dangerous lightning, hail, and damaging winds. The rain should end Saturday morning with some cooler air moving in for the rest of the weekend and the first half of next week. Stay tuned to a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for updates.