(WAND) -- Dry weather will persist for most of the week ahead allowing farmers to finish up harvest.

Meteorologist Adam Del Rosso says sunshine will be prevalent through Wednesday with clouds arriving to end the week. However, he says those clouds won't bring any rain until the weekend.

Del Rosso says a few showers are expected Saturday and Sunday, but any rain will be light totaling near 0.10". 

Ag Expert David Browns says the below average temperatures aren't bad either.

"Below freezing temperatures are good for cooling down grain bins," he says, adding that most are full. "Cooling them down helps control any possible spoiling of grain. Moisture along with lack of air moving through the grain can create heat and then spoiling of grain, so cooling them down helps control those issues, very important."

Del Rosso says highs will generally be in the 50s this week with overnight lows in the 30s and 40s.

Brown reminds drivers to watch out for equipment moving down the road as darkness moves in earlier.