Tonight: The mostly clear skies will continue overnight, and our low temperature should just be 8 degrees cooler than what our normal high is for this time of year! Southerly winds are expected to continue making things breezy throughout the evening and into tomorrow morning as well.
Tomorrow: Get ready for some potentially record warmth tomorrow! We should end up around 82° tomorrow, tying our record back in 1985, but there's a possibility we could even break that record - Freshening SW winds (gusting to 35 mph at times) along with plenty of sunshine could serve to get us above that record temp. We could see increasing clouds in the evening and we will have to watch for some overnight showers after our newscast tomorrow. The other thing we will have to watch for is the trash cans if it is pick-up day in your neighborhood; they might get pushed a little due to that feisty breeze!
7-day Forecast: A strong frontal system powered by a strong upper-level trough in the jet stream - the river of air separating the warm and cold airmasses & the point/path where storm systems move along - is the source of some shower & possible thunderstorm chances Friday, which we are closely watching for our Late-Nite Carnival at Ball State. Current trends are looking potentially promising as we might actually get some dry time per our latest data, but new showers could filter in as we close things out extending into Saturday morning. A cloudy and cool weekend is expected before high-pressure ridging pushes in to help moderate/warm those temperatures to the lower & mod 60s by the middle of next week.
-- Weather Forecaster Ryan Hill
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