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Today: Rain showers continue throughout most of the day. We will see the heaviest rainfall around the evening commute, so be sure to take it easy out on the streets as there is a possibility of flooded roadways. There is a Flash Flood Watch in effect until tomorrow morning for Blackford and Jay counties. Winds will be on the breezy side coming out of the north at 10-15 MPH, gusts up to 35. A high of 59 degrees for the day.
Tonight: Severe storms possible before 10pm. A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for Grant and Blackford counties until 11pm. The greatest threat being damaging winds and heavy rainfall. Otherwise isolated showers and thunderstorms. A low of 66 with winds coming from the southwest at 5-10 mph.
Today: Clearing skies throughout the afternoon with winds on the lighter side, coming out of the northwest at 5-10 mph. A high of 45 degrees for your day.
Tonight: Clouds will increase going through the night. Temperatures will drop into the lower 40s, with winds on the lighter side coming out of the west at 5-10 mph.
Today: Near record breaking temperatures today, with a high of 81. The record high is 85 and was set back in 2001. Plenty of sunshine through the afternoon, but clouds will increase going into this evening and tonight as the next rain chance pushes into our area. Winds remain on the calmer side coming out of the south at 10-15mph.
Tonight: Rain showers move into the area around 10pm. They hang around through the night, becoming more widespread into the early morning hours. A cold front will follow up behind the system, bring much cooler temperatures. A low of 40 degrees tonight. Winds will stay breezy coming out of the SSW at 10-20mph, gusts up to 30.
Today: Skies will decrease throughout the day, leading to partly sunny skies, with a high near 70 degrees. Breezy, with winds coming out of the southwest at 20-25mph, gusts up to 30.
Tonight: Clouds hang around through the night with light winds coming out of the northeast at 5-10mph and a low of 37 degrees. Fog is expected to move into the area after midnight.
Today: Heavier pockets of rain move in early this afternoon but will quickly move off to the southwest. Lighter showers are to stick around throughout the day. Gusty winds continue to come out of the southwest at 15-25mph with gusts up to 35mph.
Today: Highs near 70 for this afternoon! This could be the first day we see 70 since November 10, 2020. Partly sunny skies through the afternoon with clouds increasing through the evening. Winds remain strong throughout the day coming out of the southwest at 15-20mph, gusts even up to 40mph.
Tonight: Clear skies continue through the night with temperatures dropping just below freezing at 31 degrees. Winds will pick up after midnight, dropping the wind chill to make it feel even colder.
Tonight: Conditions remain cloudy and the temperatures stay cold. The low for the night is 0 degrees with the wind chill going below zero.
Tonight: Snow showers continue into this evening, but will begin to taper out after midnight. Temperatures stay cold, in the upper teens, but the wind will drop the wind chills into the single digits.
Today: Warm temperatures linger into today with a high of 78 and mostly sunny skies.
Today: Mostly cloudy skies throughout the day with a high of 50. Rain chances will enter the area in the evening, but will exit by 11pm.
Today: Mostly cloudy s
Today: Rain showers on and off all day; otherwise, mostly cloudy conditions with a high of 62.
Today: Beautiful and sunny, with a high of 76.