Several systems will allow for rain and thunderstorm chances to remain in the forecast until Thursday. Changes to temperatures and conditions return late week.
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A rainy start to April, as we move deeper into spring.
The chance for severe weather will come into our area for tomorrow, but this weekend we will see a brief clearing of the skies.
Rain will continue throughout today, but spring weather is on the rise with temperatures getting up in the 60s later this week.
Assistant Chief Weather Forecaster Kalie Pluchel has your update on colder temperatures, rain, and even flurry chances.
Tonight:Expect clear skies in the early hours of the evening, but will give way to incoming cloud cover.
Rain and thunderstorms on Friday, with snow mixing in on Saturday. Temperatures will return more to normal, but only for the weekend.
Assistant Chief Weather Forecaster Kalie Pluchel has your evening weather update.
A mild Valentine's Day forecast; temperatures will drop before warming back up just in time for the weekend.
Weather Forecaster Ethan Rosuck is back with the latest in Ball State Weather, with rain and warmer temps coming.
Tribune Showprint and Book Art Collaborative opened their doors Feb. 2 at Madjax Studio as part of Muncie’s First Thursday.
Studio Exhale, a yoga studio in downtown Muncie, held a yoga class at the Muncie Animal Shelter on Jan. 19. The event featured cats and kittens who are up for adoption at the shelter.
The city of Muncie hosted its annual Light Up DWNTWN, powered by AEP, on Dec. 1 from 5 to 8 p.m. The event joined the city's First Thursday art gallery opening and featured the lighting of the community Christmas tree, ice carving demonstrations, a Kiddie Express train and approximately 50 artists in the Holiday Makers Market tent.RELATED: Read and watch a video about Light Up DWNTWN here.
The art supply store has been around since the '40s or '50s under several different names, but currently calls the Village home.
Lowery’s Candies is celebrating its 75th birthday this year and continues to hand dip each piece of the over 100 varieties of chocolate items that they sell.
Walking into the Vintage Shoppe Thrift and Gift will give anyone an immediate positivity boost. Inspiring artwork covers the walls and vintage clothing and shoes fill all corners of the cozy space.
Dog lovers in Muncie and all over Indiana have responded to a plea to give a puppy a second chance at life.