(OLNEY/NEWTON) An upper level low over the Upper Midwest will give us plenty of clouds today and eventually a slight chance of some light rain later tonight, possible mixed with some light snow or flurries after midnight, but no accumulation expected. The precipitation, if any at all, should end by sunrise, if not sooner. Then our attention turns to a compact short wave system which will likely track over our downstate area by tomorrow night, although most of the precipitation should stay to our north, our northwest winds will kick up at 15 to 25 miles-per-hour. This brings us colder air for Friday night and through the day on Saturday with an Arctic high pressure ridge quickly passing through, plus cooler than normal temperatures on Veterans Day and next Monday. A quick-passing clipper system will then give us more rain chances for Monday and Monday night. Stay tuned for updates and monitor a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for details.