With warmer temperatures expected this weekend, it'll be a great weekend to get outside and enjoy the sun!
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Assistant Chief Weather Forecaster Kalie Pluchel has your evening weather update.
Weather Forecaster Adam Grimes has your Tuesday mid-day 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.
Temperatures will be warming up for the weekend, but there are rain chances for Saturday and Sunday. Temperatures will be cooling slightly by Wednesday and Thursday.
Spring like conditions today with highs in the low 60s. Winter weather returns tomorrow with cold temperatures and snow.
Weather Forecaster Kalie Pluchel has your evening weather update.
Assistant Chief Weather Forecaster Kalie Pluchel has your first look at weather.
Cardinal WX has all your weather updates for your Election Day!
Today is a nice day here in Indiana, temperatures are currently at 67 degrees.
Today Muncie has a winter weather advisory bringing icy roads, cold wind chills, and of course snow. The snow will continue into tomorrow evening.
Today our high of 53 degrees will be reached around 3 PM. These high temperatures we are experiencing are much warmer than the average for this time of year.
UPDATE: All winter alerts in the region have expired. Travel alerts still remain in place.
As the snow continues to fall, here are some tips for safe travel in the dangerous conditions.
You can keep up to date on twitter by following @NLIWeather and @WCRDWX
Winter storms will be moving into the WCRD listening area late Saturday night. Yet, students want to know, what will it take for Ball State to shut down? Zach Huffman has the details.
HIGH RISK OF SEVERE WEATHER POSSIBLE FOR SUNDAY NOV. 17.