Showers and falling temperatures

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Tonight: Clouds will start to increase tonight as tomorrow's cold front begins approaching the area. Our high temperature for tomorrow will actually occur in the middle of the night tonight, as temperatures will be dropping throughout the night and into tomorrow.

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Tomorrow: Rain showers are possible as the cold front moves through during the morning and early afternoon hours. Rainfall amounts will be generally light and some sunshine is even possible by the evening. Temperatures will remain fairly steady in the mid-50s throughout the day.

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Photo Provided by the NewsLink Indiana Weather Team
Photo Provided by the NewsLink Indiana Weather Team
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Tomorrow Night: We could be looking at our first freeze of the fall season. Our first freeze in Muncie typically occurs around October 3rd, so we are running later than average this fall. So far the coldest temperature this fall has only been 34 degrees on October 5th, so we will be watching to see if it gets colder than this temperature tomorrow night.

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Photo Provided by the NewsLink Indiana Weather Team

7-Day Forecast: Nice and cool fall days are ahead, with some very cold nights on both Thursday and Friday. A nice and dry weekend is expected before more rain chances return to the forecast next week. Enjoy the changing leaf colors!

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---Assistant Chief Weather Forecaster Nathan Gidley

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