(OLNEY/NEWTON) The warm front extending from central Kentucky up through deep southern Illinois, south of Interstate 64, will move northward today. An associated short wave trof could help develop an isolated shower or pop-up thunderstorm now through mid-afternoon. Otherwise, we’ll see a dry sky with warmer conditions today and it looks like a dry night for high school football and activities this evening. Then the rain chances return as the warm front returns as a cold front tomorrow, but as the frontal boundary stalls out again over Illinois, the rain chances dry up and the warmer air hangs around through Sunday. A strong subtropical ridge building over the mid Atlantic states is expected to help push the front further to the northwest the first of next week. Then a strong upper level low is expected to bring us our next significant chance of rain next Tuesday through Wednesday night, which will then be followed by cooler air. Stay tuned for weather updates and monitor a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for other weather information.