(OLNEY/NEWTON) The upper level weather disturbance that kept most all the rain and snow to our west and northwest yesterday and last night, pretty much along and north of Interstate 70, will continue to move northeastward today. While there is a slight chance of some precipitation today, most it again will stay to our north and northwest. For tonight, an early season Arctic high pressure shifts in our direction, bringing us unseasonably cold air for tomorrow, plus the dry weather will persist through Sunday, on Veterans Day 2018. A dry cold front will kick up the winds Sunday night into Monday with rain chances for the first of the week. Then we dry out with colder air next Tuesday. Stay tuned for continued weather updates and monitor a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for more weather information and/or details.