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Warm to end the weekend yesterday, getting up to 63 with some rain showers as a warm front passed through in the morning hours. Some parts of southern Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee saw some thunderstorms early yesterday morning, bringing the first storms of 2021 to the area. A cold front came as affected the area, moving through late last night into early this morning leaving us with temperatures in the lower 30's. All of the rain has moved on East leaving us with some clouds, but expect to see clearing skies as the day goes on.
The battle between winter and spring has offically begun! Warmer temperatures are looking more promising while the chance for another snowstorm is dwindling. Yesterday we got our first taste of spring seeing temperatures get up to 44 degrees, after seeing temperatures at sunrise were sitting below 20 degrees. Over the next month, this is a pattern we are going to start to become more fimiluar with.
We are currently in the stage of winter that most of us typically are not huge fans of. We love to see the snow fall and fresh snow on the ground , but generally don't really like the colder temperatures. This time of year in late winter, it is pretty common to see multiple shots of artic air from a polar vortex that dips down into lower 48 states. We saw temperatures here in Muncie dip down to 1 degree right around sunrise yesterday and temperatures dip down below 0 around the area. Not quite as cold today getting up to 25 but that is the warmest its going to be all week. On and off snow showers are also likely throughout the week bringing the possibility for multiple rounds of accumulating snow
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.
It has been a fairly pleasant past few days, with warmer temperatures arriving yesterday behind a much needed warm front. There has been a lot of cloudy and rain days the past few weeks so it is nice to see a break from the clouds and cooler temperatures. As well as excitement for warmer temperatures, Ball State kicks off their Football Season tonight at 7 pm vs the Miami Ohio Redhawks, in Miami, Ohio. 57 under partly cloudy skies at kick off with winds from the SSW up to 10 mph.
Today: Last night a good majority of the area some thunderstorms in multiple rounds throughout the evening. Most of the rain is out of the area but cloudy conditions remain. Its been cloudy the past few days, so expect it to stay that way for the rest of today. Most areas will see cloudy conditions but the sun could poke out here in there for a moment or two for some areas today.
Today: Fall has offically arrived but it doesn't feel like it just quite yet. Seeing temperatures reach up to 80 the past few days and almost 80 today, we will have to wait just a little bit to start seeing temperatures feel more fall-like.
Tonight: Pretty similar evening tonight as like it was today. Not as cold as last night but still pretty chilly. Getting down to 9 degrees tonight, watch out for the pick up of winds. As they will pick up to 10-20mph by tomorrow morning. This will lead to colder windchills, so make sure if you are heading out the door tonight or tomorrow morning that you are wearing a coat, hats, and gloves, because it will be chilly. Any long period of exposer can lead to hypothermia or even frost bite, so make sure you stay layered.
Tonight: Not going to be much different tonight than it has been the past few days, more clouds and chilly. Getting down to 31 tonight but winds light and variable so it won't much colder than it actually is.
Tonight: Below freezing temperatures continue today into tonight. Expect cloud cover to increase as the day goes on today and become overcast by the overnight hours. Low of 25 tonight with winds SSW 9mph .
Tonight: Pretty gloomy evening tonight, More rain but only getting down to 46. So it's not going to be much colder than today.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy tonight with the cool weather staying around with a low of 39. Winds not as gusty as this morning through afternoon but still coming from the WNW at 10-12mph.