(OLNEY/NEWTON) A weak pressure gradient is combining with a high boundary layer of weather to give us some patchy fog this morning in our downstate area and as the fog clears, we’ll end up with a dry day but a lot of clouds and maybe some sunshine here or there at times. A gusty south/southeast wind will kick up later this evening, from 15 to 25 miles-per-hour with gusts up to near 35 or 40 miles-per-hour tonight. An approaching cold front will track across the Midwest with rain chances through the day tomorrow, with a brief dry period Sunday night into Monday morning, followed by more rain chances Monday afternoon through Tuesday, which could include more strong winds and the possibility of some thunderstorms. After a dry Wednesday, we’ll then have more rain chances towards the end of next week as well. Stay tuned for weather updates and monitor a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for more weather information and/or details.