(OLNEY/NEWTON) The abnormal summertime weather pattern will keep us warmer-than-usual this first week of October with even higher-than-normal humidity levels most all this week as well. A frontal boundary in the Upper Midwest will stall out over central Illinois this morning and then begin lifting back northward as a warm front this afternoon and evening, therefore keeping any rain far to our north today through tonight. As that front weakens tomorrow, the rain chances all stay to our north for Tuesday as we stay rather hot and dry. The weather models then show another cold front will make a push across the state by midweek, moving into our downstate area by Thursday afternoon and evening, however the fast-moving front is out of here for a dry Friday and Saturday before more rain chances for Sunday. Stay tuned for weather updates and monitor a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for more weather information and/or details.