Calm wednesday, warm temperatures and storms on thursday night
Tonight: Expect a pretty calm evening out tonight. Temperatures will be in the low-40s and will stay that way until tomorrow morning, with skies being mostly cloudy. Just wear a light jacket as you head out and you’ll be good.
Tomorrow: Expect a very warm day out tomorrow, as southerly winds pull in warm air into Muncie. Expect a high of 62 for the afternoon.
However, during the evening, multiple rain showers, and even a thunderstorm or two, will roll through and bring bouts of heavy rain, along with possible high gusts. Make sure to take an umbrella as you head out, and be careful with driving as you head out tomorrow night.
7-Day Forecast: After the rain leaves, a blast of cold air from the north will cause temperatures to stay in the low-40s throughout Friday and the weekend. Another storm system could bring some snow/rain mix into Indiana on Saturday, before leaving around Sunday and leaving partly sunny skies. Thereafter, expect temperatures to jump into the upper-40s for next week, along with some more rain showers.
-Weather Forecaster Joseph Williams
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