(OLNEY/NEWTON) A high pressure ridge stretching up into the Midwest will keep our sky dry with some sunshine today with our coldest start of a day so far this fall. An approaching storm system moving up from the south will move into the Ohio River Valley, shifting its track to the northwest, resulting in a lot of wintry precipitation for the southern third of Illinois. The snow will start falling by midnight tonight, if not a little sooner, especially further to our south. Anywhere from 3 to 5 inches of snow is possible by daybreak Thursday, with a little more snow, possibly mixed with freezing rain and rain, expected through the day on Thursday. The temperatures will rebound a bit on Friday and Saturday, each day with a dry sky, and after a cooler Sunday, a little warmer air moves in for the first of next week with another storm system expected by midweek, next week, before Thanksgiving. Stay tuned for continued weather updates and information and listen to a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for further weather alerts and/or warnings.