A rainy and warm end to the week

Tonight: We remain dry overnight, with a low of 62 degrees by daybreak under partly cloudy skies. Winds will be light out of the northeast at 5 MPH.

Tomorrow:  Changes are on the way tomorrow, as our next weather system is set to move in by the time we get to lunchtime tomorrow. Make sure to have the umbrella with you tomorrow as scattered rain chances are possible throughout the afternoon. We will top out at a high of 77 degrees under mostly cloudy skies at 5 PM. 

7-Day Forecast: Wednesday won’t be the only day you’ll want to have the umbrella on standby! Rain chances will persist throughout the work week and into the weekend, with the highest chances on Thursday. Ball State’s Fall Break (October 9th-12th) looks to be a warm one, as the Climate Prediction Center shows high probabilities of above average temperatures in the next 6-10 days. In Muncie, temperatures even approach the 80 degree mark over the weekend. 

Chief Weather Forecaster Maddi Johnson

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