(OLNEY/NEWTON) As a Canadian high pressure ridge is heading southward across the Great Plains, the north / northwest wind will continue to pump in cold air today through tonight. Plus that low pressure system moving out of the Upper Midwest will give us a few more flurries or light snow showers until mid-morning. After another cold night and as that high pressure builds closer we’ll start to warm up tomorrow continuing into Wednesday, which will be the warmest day of this week. Another surface low pressure will move across Northern Illinois with the only affect for us is a wind change and some cooler air moving in for Thursday and Friday, but it appears to be a full work week of dry weather conditions. Stay tuned for details on the weather forecast and listen to a NOAA Weather Alert Radio for forecast updates and information.