MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- It was our first day of fall, but it certainly didn't feel like it. We got up to a high of 80 here in Muncie today which above our average of 74 for this time of year. With the first day of fall we also have some slight changes in our forecast. Thursday and Friday will be a lot like today with sunny conditions, but come Saturday some moisture will start to move in early in the morning that could bring some isolated showers to our area. Isolated showers will occur in the morning Saturday, but then conditions will remain mostly cloudy throughout the rest of the day into Sunday. Once the next work week comes around we will see sunny skies and a warm up return.
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MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- For our first day of fall we will see sunny skies and an expected high of 79°. The sun and warm temperatures will stick around the rest of the week and into the weekend. Rachel Russell will tell us more.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- What else can be said about the weather this week except for picture perfect! Sunny skies dominate the 7-day forecast as we remain under a strong high pressure ridge across much of the Untied States. Temperatures in this forecast will remain comfortably in the upper 70s. Some clouds will work their way into the region for Friday through Sunday, but no real chance for rain will appear. A slight chance for rain will pop up on Monday, but after that the mostly sunny skies will return and our temps will rise into the low 80s. Enjoy this great forecast Ball State!
Muncie, IN (NewsLink Indiana) - Today is officially the last day of summer, but don't worry temperatures will be remaining in the mid to high 70s for the start of Fall. For today it will be sunny with a high of 77. Tonight temperatures will cool down to 50, so grab a jacket if you have plans to go out. By the end of the week temperatures will be in the low 80s and temperatures will return to the mid- high 70s over the weekend and the start of next week. For more information check out the video above. Enjoy your last day of summer!
Muncie, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- This week's weather is looking really nice for our area as high pressure remains in the forecast making for sunny conditions throughout the week. Our temperatures will gradually make their way into the low 80's by late this week before slightly cooler temperatures enter the forecast once again for early next week. For more details on today's forecast, please check out the video above.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) Happy Friday everyone! I hope you are enjoying your start to the weekend. Like most of us we have dealt with rain this morning. As the day progressed the cold front had moved through, but we are not out of the woods yet. More rain is expected to continue through tonight until tomorrow. The cold front should be gone by mid day tomorrow, but still be prepared by bringing your umbrellas and rain jackets! When the cold front moves out it makes way for a beautiful sunny day on Sunday with highs in the low 70s. Your week starts off with sunny skies and lower temperatures. For continuous weather updates check us out on Twitter @NLIWeather.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- If you were up early this morning, you probably saw some rain showers and heard a bit of thunder. All of this ended around noon time, but it will be short lived. We have a weather system moving through late Friday night through the Saturday noon hour bringing with it rain showers and the possibility of thunderstorms. These are not expected to be severe. Sunday through Thursday will be very similar to this past week and temperatures drop to the low 70s during the day, but by the end of the week will work their way up to the upper 70s and 80 degrees is not out of the question.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- The Cardinals are continuing their road trip this weekend as they travel up to Ypsilanti, Michigan to take on the Eastern Michigan Eagles. The bad news for anyone hoping to join them on the road is, you will also need to pack an umbrella in that road gear. Rain showers and storms will be around Friday night and into Saturday, with scattered rain showers likely lingering into the game time. We expect temperatures to be in the 60s for the drive up Saturday morning, but eventually warm up to near 68 by kickoff. Other than the possible wet conditions affecting the game, we are also expecting winds to be from the NW in the 10 to 20 mph range, with some wind gusts over 20 mph to be possible. This type of wind could certainly have an impact on the kicking game Saturday. There is still some uncertainty with the timing on the cold front, and the exact timing of the rain for Saturday, but I would not want to make this trip without plan to stay dry! GO CARDINALS!
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Today was one of the best days of the week, with a high of 81. Tonight will get down to a low of 60, with mostly clear skies. Tomorrow the high climb just a little bit to 83 degrees, with a low of 67. We will also have mostly cloudy skies tomorrow. So it wont feel as hot as expected. Looking at Saturday, a front will roll through bringing with it some pretty bad thunderstorms. Keep on eye out for local thunderstorm watches and warnings. Following the front, will be a massive cool down. On Sunday, the high will drop down to 71 degrees, and a low of 48 with sunny skies. That trend will also continue of the following few days. Fall weather certainly seems like it's right around the corner. So get out and enjoy it.
The Village is going through some restructuring with the addition of a pizzeria and apparel printing business, as well as a new location for an old tanning salon.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Today is going to be an absolute gorgeous day with nothing but sunshine with a high of 82. Tonight will be beautiful and comfortable with a low of 62. Friday should remain mostly dry but during the mid afternoon, clouds and rain will move through our area with a 30% chance. Going into Saturday, these thunderstorm chances will stick around and increase to 60% and will also be bringing some cooler temperatures to our area with a high for Saturday of 77. Going into Sunday, it will be quite cool with a low of 47 by 8 AM but temperatures will increase to a comfortable 70 for the high. Monday and Tuesday are going to keep this trend of cooler temperatures going but by Wednesday will increase to a high of 77. For more weather info, watch the forecast video above and follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather.
Barb Stedman, Director of National and International Scholarships and Honors Fellow at Ball State University, has been involved with various organizations committed to improving the environment such as the annual Living Lightly Fair. UNIFIED MEDIA PHOTO BREANNA DAUGHERTY
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Tonight will be beautiful and crisp with temperatures dipping down to 57 and conditions remaining mostly clear. Thursday brings another day of bright, sunny skies and temperatures pushing the lower 80s. Our next chance of precipitation arrives Friday morning as a band of clouds and rain move through Muncie. These thunderstorm chances will continue from Friday into mid-day Saturday, bringing cooler temperatures into our area. Sunday will have a chilly morning start with temperatures in the mid 40s by 8 am. This cooler air will stick with our area but temperatures will slowly increase the next few days to an average high of 77 on Wednesday. For more weather info, stay tuned to Newslink Indiana and follow us on twitter @NLIWeather.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- For today, September 16, 2015, we are expecting to reach a high of 81°. Into tonight temperatures will drop into the low 50's with skies remaining clear. Tomorrow it will remain sunny and you should expect a high of 82°. Friday and into the weekend conditions are changing with temperatures dropping slightly. Scattered thunderstorms will be in the area starting Friday evening and into Saturday. Sunday conditions improve and will be partly cloudy.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Well temperatures are still on a slight rise with temperatures in the lower 80s. We will continue to see temperatures rise due to the High Pressure system sitting above us. We have a chance of showers and thunderstorms on Saturday with a high temperature of only 75 degrees. But after that, temperatures look like they will start to rise again into the upper 70s.
DWNTWN, Downtown Muncie's development campaign, released a video about downtown at the beginning of September. The campaign started about three years ago. DN PHOTO EMMA ROGERS
Jodi Winger was about three years old and was living in India at the time with Shanti and Sumitera the mother and daughter of a family, in the photo above. Winger lived in Nepal for 10 years. PHOTO PROVIDED BY JODI WINGER
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- The weather in central Indiana is going to continue to be beautiful throughout the week. As the high pressure system moves out of our region a cold front will bring rain chances for Friday evening and Saturday. For today it will be sunny with a high in the low 80s. Tonight with clear skies the temperature will drop into the low 50s. For tomorrow the high will be around 82°F and the low around 56°F. As the storms move through on Friday and Saturday the skies will become mostly cloudy on Sunday and into Monday. Expect cooler temperatures at the beginning of next week.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) - Weather here in central Indiana is going to be beautiful over the next couples days. Sunny skies and warm temperatures are in store. Tomorrow, expect an high of 78°F and a low of 49°F. A strong high pressure system continues to dominant the region until the end of the week where the pattern will change. NewsLink Indiana Weather is tracking your next chance for some rain Friday evening into Saturday. Scattered thunderstorms are a possibility for the weekend with conditions improving early next week.
Vaping, a safer alternative to smoking, involves inhaling water vapor through a vaporizer. Sophomore telecommunications major Bryce Chudzicki started vaping after his friends offered to let him try, and he ended up liking it for the taste. DN PHOTO BREANNA DAUGHERTY