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Tonight: In Muncie, we saw another day of temperatures that were well above average for this time of year. As we make our way into the evening and overnight hours, temperatures will drop into the lower 40s. Winds will be light out of the southwest, and cloud cover will increase throughout the overnight.
Today: Temperatures top out in the mid 60s today with winds out of the southwest at 10-15mph. Sunshine will be abundant this afternoon, so get outside and enjoy the nice weather!
Tonight: Overnight tonight, temperatures reach down into the upper 40s, with winds dying down from earlier today, where we saw gusts reach nearly 50 mph! Wind gusts will remain in the 30s and 40s through the night.
Tonight: Winds will still be breezy tonight and temperature in the upper 30s but wind chill values will drop into the lower 30s.
Tonight: After a breezy Tuesday, winds will calm down to around 5 mph from the south. It will still be chilly with temperatures dipping into the upper 20's for the low. A few clouds may pass through the area, but skies will remain mostly clear for the majority of the night.
Tonight: Another chilly night ahead with a low of 34°F. Winds are calmer than yesterday, but breezier conditions are prevailing throughout the night making wind chills fall into the 20s. Partly cloudy overnight with southwest winds at 10-15 mph and gust up to 25 mph.
Hurricane Iota: Tracking the tropics, Hurricane Iota is expected to impact Nicaragua this afternoon as a rare Category 5 hurricane for the month of November. Last time November saw a Category 5 hurricane was back in 1932. Iota is expected to follow the same path as Hurricane Eta; which hit as a Category 4 hurricane. Adding on to be being a rare Category 5 November hurricane, Iota adds on to the record breaking hurricane season for 2020 making it the 30th named storm this year.
Tonight: Clear, with a low around 24. West northwest wind 5 to 10 mph becoming calm in the evening. Stay warm if you go outdoors.
Tonight: Clouds will be increasing as the night continues with a low of 36. Winds will be out of the Northwest at 5-10 mph.
Today: A beautiful day in store today, with clear skies and little wind. While the high of 52 may be cooler than in recent weeks, it is certainly proof that winter still isn't here yet.
Tonight: A very cold night is ahead, with some areas of frost possible. A winter-like feel will be experienced tonight, after we have been so warm the past several nights.
Tonight: We are going to start feeling those cold temperatures tonight. The past several days, we were breaking temperature records and now we are taking a big dip today and tonight. High pressure will bring our clear skies and the recent cold front will bring our chilly temperatures which is expected to be below freezing.
Tonight: Temperatures will be in the upper 40's around 47 degrees. A cold front will also move through the area brining the potential for associated showers and thunderstorm tonight.
Today: Enjoy the warm weather while it lasts! We might break another record today with our high temperature reaching into the upper 70s. The last record was set in 1959 at 74. We will see some gusty conditions today with winds gusting 30 mph. Clouds will begin to increase throughout the day as a cold front approaches.
It's not unusual to be in the 70s for November, but the 80s are almost unheard of! In fact, it's been so warm that we've broken temperature records the past two days! The old records, both from 1999, have been surpassed as temperatures reached above 80 degrees both Sunday and Monday.
Today: Warm temperatures linger into today with a high of 78 and mostly sunny skies.
Today's high temperature of 73 degrees tied the record high temperature, which was set back in 1975 and in 2008! Compared to this time last year, we were 20 degrees warmer today! It has been unseasonably warm lately, and this trend will continue throughout the weekend and into early next week.
Today: It definitely doesn't feel like November outside! Expect temperatures this afternoon to climb into the lower 70s. High pressure will continue to keep conditions dry and sunny across Central Indiana. It will be a beautiful end to the work week, with plenty of sunshine and light winds out of the south.
Tonight: Lows tonight will reach into the low 40s, but won't get there until well after midnight. By morning you might want an extra layer to start out the day though!
A pretty nice past few days not only for the Muncie area but the US as a whole. Not much going on other than some showers along the southeast coast as well as the northeast coast. The main weather story has been Eta, which is the Atlantics 28th named storm this Hurricane season which tied the record set back in 2005. There is still some time left in the year for named storm 29 to church up and give the record to 2020.