(OLNEY/NEWTON) With some light snow and mixed precipitation last night, there was nothing measurable or of any real significance. A high pressure building into the Midwest will keep our sky mostly clear on this Saturday, although the Canadian high will give us some cold weather conditions today, but only a light wind. The next storm system to affect our downstate region will move through Monday through Monday night, which could include a mixture of rain and/or snow. Some weather models even show a slight chance of spotty rain for us overnight Sunday into early Monday. We’ll then dry out for the rest of next week with a warming trend, back to near or above normal as we move into next weekend. Stay tuned for continued weather updates and monitor a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for more information and weather details.