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Rain has returned for yet another Thursday this week in central Indiana. A low pressure system is working its way through the Midwestern United States, bringing showers through an occluded front, which is affecting us. Temperatures for Thursday will reach a high of 68 degrees with showers continuing throughout the day. Expect showers to continue into Friday afternoon before starting to finally clear out. The weekend forecast looks to be another good one, with clear condtions for both Saturday and Sunday, with highs of 67 and 78 respectively. The start of the work week Monday looks to be the start of a second band of rain showers, which will continue through Wednesday. Temperatures will begin to fluxuate Monday through Wednesday, with highs jumping between the mid 70s to low 60s. For more weather info, give us a follow on Twitter @NLIWeather or make sure to tune into NewsLink Indiana to keep to date!
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- If you have lived in Muncie for longer than a week, you have probably figured out that every Friday at 11 am the city tests the tornado sirens. That is unless you spend your days living or working in one of the many locations around the city that are not listed as being covered by a siren. While this can be cause for concern, it is also important to understand what outdoor warning sirens are meant to and not meant to do. To find out more check out the full story in the video above.
Our 7 day stretch of dry, calm weather ends tonight. Rain is beginning to move into East Central Indiana and will be ongoing overnight. We will fall to a low of about 56 degrees tonight with those showers and maybe a rumble of thunder present. For your Thursday we will be seeing those showers and maybe a thunderstorm or two present in our skies all day with highs only getting to the upper 60s. Friday those showers will be lesser in intensity however they will begin to end around 6-8 pm Friday night as high pressure works in for your weekend. Saturday looks clear with near average temperatures around 65 and Sunday will be warmer with highs in the mid 70s. Another low comes in for Monday and lasts till Tuesday morning. For more weather info, stay tuned to NewsLink Indiana and follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- After enjoying nearly a week of sunshine and warm temperatures, rain finally returns to east central Indiana. Clouds will start to build into the region in the afternoon hours on Wednesday, making what started as a partly cloudy day, mostly cloudy by the afternoon and evening. Some scattered rain showers and thunderstorms are possible Wednesday afternoon and evening as well. These chances will increase as we head into Thursday, as rain and storm chances become likely throughout the day. Rainfall for Thursday is forecast to be near an inch in places across the region, on the higher side if you get hit by a heavier thunderstorm. This rain will linger into Friday morning, before the clouds start to move out by Friday evening, leading to a sunny weekend. The temps will cool off following the rainfall, but will rebound back into the 70s by Sunday. Following the nice weekend, rain chances return late on Monday and look to last into Tuesday, as temps continue to hover in the 70s. Stay dry Ball State!
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- The warm temperatures that have been gracing the Delaware County area will only slightly drop in the next couple of days as we can expect an increased chance of rain and cloud cover. Temperatures heading into the weekend are expected to be slightly colder, but over the weekend they are projected to rise back up into the low to mid 70s with partly cloudy skies. Monday looks to have a chance of some evening precipitation.
Here in Muncie yesterday we reached a high of 81 degrees, which is 19 degrees above average for this time of year. The summer-like temperatures are going to stick around for one more day before we see a cool down. Monday you can expect a high of 80 degrees. Tuesday we will drop to 74 degrees as cloud cover begins to move in throughout the day. This increasing cloud cover is ahead of our next rain chance, which is expected to occur late on Wednesday evening. Thursday is the best chance for significant rainfall as a low pressure system out of the southwest begins to make it’s way into out area. This rain chance is going to linger into Friday as temperatures will only make it to near 65 degrees, but you can expect a warm up as temperatures make it back up into the lower 70s for the weekend. For your weather updates, make sure to follow of us on Twitter @NLIWeather
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Ball State’s Board of Trustees announced Friday it had passed a resolution drafted by both them and the University Senate. The resolution reaffirmed both organizations’ commitment to working toward the 18 by 18 goals set by former president Paul Ferguson.
One man is dead and a police officer is injured following a shooting at the 3900 block of East Jackson Street Friday night.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana)--Good evening everyone! For the rest of the night enjoy mostly clear skies with a low of 48. Sunshine and warm temperatures return for Saturday, Sunday and Monday with a high of 75. Temperatures begin to cool down for the start of Tuesday with a high of 66, but with mostly sunny skies. Wednesday follows a similar pattern with mostly sunny skies and a high of 68. Rain chances return for Thursday and Friday with highs in the mid-60s.
MUNCIE,IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- A high pressure will continue to keep skies clear and temperatures will warm up to the 70s. Today, temperatures will reach a high of 73 degrees with the winds from the E at 5 to 10 mph. Tonight, temperatures will cool off to 49 degrees with clear skies.This weekend we will have plenty of sunshine and the temperatures will continue to rise to the mid-70s. Cooler temperatures and a few clouds on Tuesday. The high will be around 68 degrees. Next chance of rain will be on Thursday night. A low pressure system could cause rain next weekend. For more weather updates follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- At approximately 6:00 Thursday evening, a shooting occurred
at the intersection of Kirby Avenue and Ebright Street.
As high pressure builds in the area, skies are going to be
clear and temperatures are going to be moderate. Expect warmer days
throughout the week and cooler nights, which is typical while an area is
influenced by high pressure. This is due to a lack of clouds, which
block some of the sun’s rays from coming in during the day and
re-emitting radiant energy put out by the earth due to the daytime
heating back to the surface at night. Thanks to a northerly shift in the jet
stream and a large ridge forming over our area, warm, southern air is
moving into our area and high temperatures will get progressively higher
as we approach Sunday. A few clouds will return to the forecast on Monday, but we will still see plenty of sunshine for the first half of next week. Thursday night is the next chance for some precipitation as we track a low pressure system predicted to move in from the west. The best chance for rain is Friday and Saturday of next week. For more weather updates, make sure to follow us on
Muncie Police say both teen suspects wanted for the murder of 24-year-old Rafael Rodriguez are now in custody. 17-year-old Mason Lee O'Neal and Marcus Early Wilson II were considered armed and dangerous. Investigators believe the two teens and co-defendants went to Rodriguez' home with intentions to rob him of crystal meth. Rodriguez was then shot in the chest and pronounced dead two hours later at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital. The victim's brother, 25-year-old Jeffrey Rodriguez, remembers his brother as a bright, stunning young person.
Warm conditions are right around the corner! Thursday morning held the last possibility for frost before we will see temperatures steadily start to rise. Thursday's afternoon high will reach 64 degrees with clear skies. Missing the rain? Well sadly then there is none in the near term forecast, with seemingly perfect conditions for the next five days. Conditions will remain clear with plenty of sunshine, and we will break into the lower and mid 70's by the weekend. Make sure to take advantage of the warm weather outside before the next showers return.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Compared to what Muncie has been used to weather-wise lately, much calmer conditions are coming. Beginning today with a high of 58, temperatures will constantly be going up and those will come with lots of sunshine. Up through Monday, every day calls for nothing but sun in the area. Highs for tomorrow will be in the mid 60s and will be going up from there. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday will have highs 70 or above. Friday will have a high of 71, 70 for Saturday, and 74 for Sunday all with sunshine. Beginning the work week on Monday will still have temperatures in the lower 70s and sun, but could see some rain later in the day into Tuesday.
Ball State’s athletes traded their uniforms for dresses and suits Monday night for the second annual Chirpies, the athletics award show presented by Ball State Sports Link.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) - Another wet day here in Muncie as .78" of rain fell in the last 24 hours. If you are tried of the rain, changes are coming to the forecast. Tonight, however, conditions will get much colder before it gets warmer. A Freeze Warning goes into effect tonight at 1:00 am and will expire at 9:00 am. Temperatures will drop below freezing point in the overnight hours with some areas even experiencing some early morning frost. Tomorrow, sunny skies will dominate much of East Central Indiana. Highs will reach the lower 50's and lows will drop down to the low 30's. Wednesday and the remainder of the week are looking to be warm and sunny. A very strong high pressure will be driving the weather for the majority of the next seven days. Temperatures early next week could even reach the mid-70's.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- We have had a rainy start to the work/school week. As of 10am we officially picked up 0.64 inches of rain since 5 pm yesterday. The rain is going to continue throughout most of the day today, and at sometimes it will be heavy. By the time 5pm Monday rolls around, we can expect closer to an inch of rain accumulation. There is the slight chance for a few rumbles of thunder in the afternoon, but we do not expect any severe weather. Overnight on Monday skies will start to clear a bit as high pressure starts to build in the area. This high pressure is going to be the theme for the entire week as spring like weather returns to the forecast. A ridge in the jet stream is going to allow for warm, southern area to make it’s way into our area. Throughout the entire week temperatures are going to climb from 50 on Tuesday to a high of 67 on Friday. As we make our way into the weekend, high temperatures will surpass 70 degrees and clear skies will continue. For more weather updates, make sure to follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather.
Muncie, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Hello everyone and happy Friday! Tonight our lows will get
down to 25° with scattered showers around the area. Our winds will be coming
out of the west at 15 mph with gusts over 20 mph. Tomorrow we may see some
scattered snow showers in the area before eventually dissipating by the early
afternoon as our highs struggle to reach 40°. Sunday rain showers and possibly
a thunderstorm or two will return to the area but our highs will get all the
way up to 54° during the afternoon. Monday the wet weather will hang around
with us but our highs will continue on an upward trend reaching 56°. By Tuesday
we finally get rid of the rain showers and clear things out as partly cloudy
skies return to the area but our highs will take a dip only getting up to 51°.
And by mid-week our highs begin to rebound up to 55° during the afternoon and
sunny skies return to the region so be sure to get outside next week and
enjoy the warm weather! Don't forget to check us out right here at ballstatedaily.com and follow us on twitter @NLIWeather!
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