(OLNEY/NEWTON) With that warm front that moved northward across Illinois yesterday now far north approaching the Great Lakes region, our focus is on an approaching cold front that’s now out to our west and northwest from Kansas up through Iowa and Wisconsin. While the rain chance will settle into central Illinois this afternoon, our sky may or may not stay dry due to an upper level subtropical ridge moving in from the mid-Atlantic states that may block any precipitation for our downstate area. That also means that the abnormal heat and humidity will hang around for a few more days as the approaching cold front will eventually stall out and eventually lift northward as a warm front. We’ll see changes though during midweek of next week as a stronger cold front moves through with rain chances next Wednesday and Wednesday night before cooler fall-like weather moves in for the last part of next week. Stay tuned for weather updates and monitor a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for continued weather information and details.