(OLNEY/NEWTON) The surface trough and warm front is lifting to the northeast this morning, allowing a surge of drier air to shut down the rain, at least for now, and eventually we’ll have some clearing later with some sunshine on this final Saturday in November, plus a dry sky for the rest of today through tonight. That will change though with a strong storm system expected to move through the Midwest tomorrow night into early Monday morning. At this time, it appears the wintry mix with snow accumulation will stay far to our north, however we will get some Sunday afternoon rain with temperatures dropping tomorrow night by at least 30 degrees. It will be a much colder start to the work week on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, with a slight warm up by week’s end and another chance of some precipitation, albeit rain and/or snow. Stay tuned for continued weather updates and monitor a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for weather details.