(OLNEY/NEWTON) The country is divided this morning between a deep weather trough over the western half and an upper level ridge centered just off the Atlantic Coast, therefore allowing a swath of southerly wind flow up through the Plains that will give us one more day of above normal heat with some sunshine. However, an approaching cold front will bring us rain chances late tonight and through the day tomorrow before ending Wednesday night. There is a marginal risk for severe weather conditions for our downstate area as this front moves through, mostly damaging winds. The midweek storm system will then usher in cooler air on a strong northwesterly wind. We’ll then stay dry until another weather system moves through with rain chances again by Saturday night, continuing through the first part of next week. Stay tuned for weather updates and monitor a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for possible storm warnings and/or alerts.