Today: Temperatures pushed back above average today, reaching a high of 44 degrees here in Muncie. Southerly winds have been driving the warm up, and we will see temperatures climb towards the 60 degree mark later this week. 


Tonight: Overnight lows will drop to 36 degrees. Mostly cloudy conditions will be present overnight before thicker cloud cover moves in early Wednesday morning. Thick fog will set in overnight, with visibility dropping to less than a mile across the viewing area.



Tomorrow: Dense fog will call for a tricky morning commute, as visibility will be hindered. Temperatures will continue to climb, with a high of 48 degrees for Valentines Day. An isolated shower is possible early dinner time, so you may want to take your umbrella with you as you head out to dinner with your special someone.





7-Day Forecast: We'll see temperatures climb to 60 degrees by Thursday before drastically falling on Friday. After, more rain pushes back to start the work week, however; temperatures climb back above average into the 50's by Monday. Make sure to give us a follow on Twitter @NLIWeather!

 -- Chief Weather Forecaster Balint Szalavari

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