(OLNEY/NEWTON) A cold high pressure will slowly move across the Midwest today with a light wind and lots of sunshine, but temperatures at or below the freezing mark. Our sky will stay clear tonight as the high pressure slides eastward and our winds become somewhat southerly. Then the next weather system moves into the Midwest with increasing clouds tomorrow, but still a dry day on tap for Friday, plus most of Friday night will stay dry until late. That’s when a Winter Storm Watch kicks in with the low pressure system expected to move up from the south. The 36 hour event will give us snow late Friday night and through the day Saturday, possibly mixed with rain at times. Then additional snow, maybe mixed with rain Saturday night through Sunday before it all ends. After the system moves through, we’ll return to normal winter weather conditions for the first part of next week. Stay tuned for continued weather updates and make sure you monitor a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for more weather information and details.