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Temperatures are a lot cooler out today than they have been in recent days; the high temperature only expected to reach the high 50s. There is a slight chance of rain tonight with cloudy conditions heading into the day Saturday, but the clouds are expected to clear for the start of the Ball State Homecoming football game at 3 pm. Conditions for tailgating and watching the game will be near perfect, with a high of 57 and partly cloudy skies. The rest of the weekend is also looking to be rain-free, with warmer temperatures in the 60s.
Rain has effected central Indiana for much of the past 36 hours. We'll finally start to see the rain move out by early Friday morning, bring overcast to partly cloudy conditions. We'll see great fall like weather for Saturday's Ball State Football Homecoming game. Kickoff is at 3 PM, with a temperature forecast of 56 degrees for kickoff. Sunday will bring warming conditions, as we'll jump to 69 degrees for a high. High pressure will work into the region as well on Sunday, bringing clear skies for the next several days along with temperatures in the lower 60s. Our next chance for rain showers returns Thursday.
MUNCIE,IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- A cold front continues to bring thunderstorms this weekend. These storms do have the potential to produce heavy rain, gusty winds, and lightning. The rain will stay persistent throughout tomorrow with cooler temperatures! The afternoon high will be around 57° with winds from the NE at 5-10 mph. Great conditions for the bed races on Friday with partly sunny conditions for with temperatures in the mid 50s. The winds will pick up to 10-20 mph from the NNW. For Ball State's Homecoming football game we will have mostly sunny conditions with with temperatures in the upper 50s. Temperatures will warm up on Sunday with a high of 67 and sunny conditions. For the beginning of next week temperatures will stay in the low 60s.
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Above average temperatures will continue for Muncie and the majority of Indiana into tomorrow, with a high of 80. Expect a cold front and a low pressure system to move through our area later Wednesday evening, bring fall-like temperatures back and some rainy conditions. Highs in the mid-70s for Wednesday and then even cooler with highs in the low 60s for Thursday. A cool-spell will come for the weekend with highs only in the 50s. Saturday is the Homecoming football game for BSU. If you plan to attend, make sure to grab a coat and an umbrella as highs will only be in the 50s.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Today was yet again another gorgeous day here in Muncie, Indiana. With way above average highs in the low 80s, things are feeling a lot warmer than what they should this time of year. In face we are close to 20 degrees above average for our high temperatures. But our low temperatures are just about average for this time of year. There is a dome of high pressure moving into the air for this weekend which will bring along with it cooler temperatures in the upper 60s as well as sunny conditions throughout the whole weekend. When students come back from fall break the temperatures will continue to rise all throughout the week into the mid to upper 70s. As we hit next Friday, we have a chance for some rain showers which will drop our highs back into the 60s.
It's another beautiful day in Delaware County as we expect to climb to a high of 82 degrees today which is close to the record high of 84 set back in 1982. Hurricane Matthew is the big national focus as it continues to make a northwest path up the east coast. So far, the main threat has been rain and hurricane force winds. Matthew will continue to track up towards South Carolina before heading back out into the Atlantic Ocean. Closer to home, Muncie can expect the chance for a few pop up showers later this evening, but then major clearing as the rest of the weekend and the start of the next work week looks sunny. Temperatures will remain in the 70s for the majority of the week, but lows will begin to drop down into the 40s and 50s, so light jackets for the morning may be needed. For more weather information follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana)--Hurricane Matthew is considered the first category four hurricane in the Caribbean in fifty-two years. Hurricane Cleo threatened Haiti, the Bahamas, and Cuba as a category four in 1964. This hurricane comes six years later after Haiti was affected by a magnitude seven earthquake. Bridges have been washed away making it even harder to get those heavily affected by Matthew, the main one being the La Digue Bridge that separates southwest Haiti from the rest of the country. As of Wednesday, the United States has sent nine military helicopters to help with rescues and bringing supplies. As hurricane Matthew gets closer and closer to the United States. The state of Florida is taking necessary actions. Florida Governor Rick Scott says quote "this storm will kill you". President Obama has declared Florida under a state of emergency. The National Guard has deployed over six-thousand to help get everyone to evacuate before it's too late. Scott removed tolls on the Florida turnpike; alligator alley, central Florida expressway authority and the Miami-Dade express way authority to increase evacuation. Walt Disney world is closing all of its parks. Miami international airport has cancelled ninety percent of their flight schedule. Along with Florida, the governors of North and South Carolina have also issued state of emergencies. The hurricane is currently a category 3 with winds sustained at around 120 mph and is located off the coast near Daytona Beach. Stay tuned to NewsLink Indiana weather for more updates and follow us on twitter @NLIWeather
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Temperatures for the week have been above average for this time of year, and that is going to stick around for a few more days. Unfortunately for us, the end of the work week is bringing a slight rain chance for us here in Muncie. Friday night a cold front is going to work its way through out area, and with that colder temperatures are in store for the weekend and most of fall break. That rain chance is going to linger into Saturday morning, but the skies will clear up on Saturday, and we will see plenty of sunshine on Sunday. The weekend high temperatures are expected to be in the mid 60s with lows creeping down into the upper 40s. The sunshine sticks around for Monday and temperatures will begin to climb. Tuesday we will see a 20% chance of rain, but high temperatures will be in the low 70s, and will hang around there through Tuesday and into Wednesday. For more weather information follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana)--Temperatures are staying above average this week. Today's afternoon high was 80 degrees. For this time of year temperatures are typically in the upper 60s. Tonight, temperatures will cool down to the lower 60s with mostly clear skies. We will start off with mostly clear skies and dry conditions for the morning commute tomorrow. Isolated showers will be possible during the afternoon and evening hours. Wednesday will be another warm day with temperatures near 80 degrees. Sunny conditions and warm temperatures will stick with us for Thursday and Friday. Fall temperatures return for us this weekend. 62 on Saturday with windy conditions. Sunday with be a little cooler with a high of 60. Temperatures will start to warm back up for the beginning of next week. For more weather information follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather.
Muncie, IN (Newslink Indiana)-- Good afternoon everyone! Today our high temperature will be near 81° here in Muncie. Overnight tonight, low temperatures are expected to be at 63°. The warmer weather and sunshine will stick around with temperatures in the lower 80's to close out the week before cooler weather works its way in. Be sure to held outside and enjoy the nice weather while it's still here these next couple of days. It's going to be a cool and breezy Saturday and Sunday with temperatures in the mid-60's. By the start of next week, cooler temperatures will remain along with sunshine before rain chances work there way in. For more information follow us on twitter @NLIWeather.
Muncie, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Today our high temperatures reached into the lower 70's across much of Central Indiana with our lows expected to drop down into the lower 50's overnight. Tomorrow, highs will get into the upper 70's. By Friday rain returns before pushing out by Sunday with temperatures falling into the mid 60's for highs by early next week. Be sure to check us out right here at ballstatedaily.com and follow us on twitter @NLIWeather!
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) Good Afternoon! Today, we will see a high temperature of 70 degrees, with mostly sunny skies, and a calm wind coming out of the east. For tonight, it will mostly clear with a low of 54 degrees. Tomorrow is shaping up to be a beautiful day, with a high of 76 degrees, with little cloud cover and a slight SE wind. Wednesday and Thursday we will reach summer-like temperatures in the lower 80s, with a chance of rain in the morning on Thursday. The fall temperatures will return later this weekend, once a cold front passes. I hope you all have a terrific day! For more information follow us on twitter @NLIWeather.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana Weather)-Good Evening! Rain and thunderstorms are still possible for tonight with a low of 51. If you are going out on Saturday keep your umbrella handy, you may need it as showers and thunderstorms linger throughout the day with highs in the middle 60s. Storms clear out making way for cloudy conditions on Sunday with a high near 67. Warmer temperatures arrive for the start of the week with partly cloudy skies, and highs in the mid-70s. The chance for rain returns nearing the end of the week. Have a great weekend! For more information follow us on twitter @NLIWeather.
Some cooler temperatures and rain are expected to both be factors heading into the weekend. Our first chance for significant rain potential will come later Friday evening and will linger around Saturday afternoon with the possibility of affecting the Ball State football game. If you are heading out to that, make sure to pack rain gear as there is a chance for those showers. Sunday is looking to be mostly cloudy with a lingering rain shower early in the morning. For the start of the next work week, we are looking at a warming trend as temperatures climb back up into the mid 70s with partly cloudy skies.
Rain showers are in the forecast for the next few days along with more fall like temperatures. A low pressure system has worked its way through the Ohio River Valley working its way southeast, bringing all the rain. Highs for Friday will reach 67 degrees, with showers in the early overnight hours, with a possibility for a popup shower in the evening hours. Sunday will be our next chance for clearing conditions, with a warming in addition. Temperatures will jump back into the 70s for a couple of days, with even a chance for the 80s by next Wednesday.
Cooler temperatures and showers will close out our week. However, warm and clear skies are in the forecast for next week.
Rain showers and fall temperatures moved through Muncie this morning. Those showers pushed through to the east and brought beautiful sunny skies. Another gorgeous day in store tomorrow with highs in the low-70s. Rain showers come back into the forecast for the rest of the week and into the weekend. As these showers roll through, temperatures will only be in the low to mid-60s. If you are heading out to the Ball State football game on Saturday bring a jacket and an umbrella as we are expecting a high around 66 with rainy conditions.
Last season Ball State had one of the most ineffective pass rushes in the country, ranking 109th with just 17 sacks in 12 games. And in his first year as defensive coordinator for the Cardinal's, Tim Daoust isn't exactly sure where they went wrong.