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MUNCIE,IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Today we will reach a high of 46 degrees with rain by this afternoon. The winds will be from the West at 20 to 30 mph. For tonight, there is a chance for a rain/snow mixture as temperatures drop down to 26 degrees. There is a freeze warning in effect for Saturday at 2:00 am until 11:00 am. A high pressure will cause temperatures to be cool and conditions to be dry during the day on Saturday. The temperatures will reach a high of 40 degrees. Temperatures will warm back up on Sunday with a high of 57. Chances of rain will return Sunday afternoon and into the overnight hours. The rain will continue throughout the day on Monday with a high of 56. Sunny conditions for the rest of the week and temperatures warming up to 60 by the end of the week! For more weather updates follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather. Have a great weekend!
MUNCIE, IN (Newslink-Indiana) -- A freeze warning is in effect tonight through tomorrow mid-morning, and a freeze watch is in place for tomorrow night into Saturday morning. Rain continues to linger into the next week, with on again-off again showers throughout the week. Wind will also be another factor to look out for over the next several days. Wind gusts will be in the mid 20s through Saturday. A rain/snow mix will be around for Friday morning, eventually changing over to rain for the afternoon, with the possibility of a few rumbles of thunder. Sunshine comes around for Saturday, but temperatures don't make it out of the upper 30s. Rain chances return for Sunday through Tuesday. Temperatures warm up a bit into the latter half of the week next week.
Rain is returning for yet again another Thursday. Last night bought dropping temperatures along with moderate rain showers. These showers will return for Thursday, which will bring a high of only 43 degrees. Moderate winds will also be present, ranging 15-20 miles per hour from the North/Northwest. Conditions will clear overnight heading into Friday before bringing the next round of showers Friday mid-day. Expect an overnight low of only 31 degrees. Friday could bring snow flurries late into the evening hours, as temperatures will drop below the freezing point by the evening hours. Saturday will bring clearing conditions, but a high of only 39 degrees. Warmer conditions will return by Sunday and Monday, where temperatures will increase back into the 50s.
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MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) Rain is becoming to more widespread throughout Muncie and will last through the overnight hours for your Wednesday night and Thursday early morning. As the low that is causing this rain pushes off to the Northeast we will be seeing wrap around showers for Thursday afternoon and clearing out just in time for another shot of colder air for Friday and maybe a few flurries Friday late morning. Temperatures will be cooler on Friday with a high of only 45 but turning even cooler for Saturday only reaching a high of 34 on Saturday. Rain will start to fill in the radar by Friday afternoon and last till late Friday and then will turn to all snow flurries by early Saturday morning. High pressure sets in just for Saturday Afternoon/Evening and then late Sunday expect another round of storms, however temperatures will be in the mid to upper 50s by Monday. For more weather info, stay tuned to NewsLink Indiana and follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather
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MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Rain is on the way for Muncie, as the low pressure system is moving east. During the mid-afternoon hours, rain will move in and will stick around throughout the night hours and tomorrow as well. Highs today will be around 60 but tomorrow will be cooler in the upper 40s for highs. The rain will move out until Friday night when there will be rain and some snow chances as well. Not much in terms of accumulation for snow is expected, but Muncie will have a new rain total of about an inch of rain by the time Saturday comes around and all of the rain moves out. Highs for Friday will in be in the mid 40s, and will be in the upper 30s for Saturday with partly cloudy skies. With a high of 50 on Sunday, rain will return late Sunday night and continue into Monday. The beginning of the work week will be wet with a high of 59 on Monday, and a high of 53 on Tuesday.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Cold temperatures shocked many this morning as they took a plummet from the comfortable spring-like temperatures. The temperatures will only continue to fall moving into the weekend as a chance of rain is expected on Wednesday and Thursday as well as a rain/snow mix expected to hit the Delaware county area Friday night. Temperatures will finally look to warm up heading into next week with highs in the lower 60s on Monday.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) - It is officially spring, but still feeling like winter as we did see some snow this past weekend. We do see this low pressure system moving through the next few days bringing rainy conditions and with the jet stream staying south, keeping us pretty cool. Low tonight of 22 degrees with overcast skies and some possible flurries. Now tomorrow morning from 2AM to 9AM we do have a freeze warning out. This means if you do have an early commute to class or work to keep bundled up with temperatures in the 20s. Also if you do have any plants to keep them covered or bring them indoors. High tomorrow of 46 with mostly sunny skies. Warmer temperatures come into the forecast on Wednesday with a high of 60, but rain chances start in the afternoon. These will be here to stay for the next few days, but could be a mix of snow and rain. A dramatic cool down for the weekend with highs in the 30s, but the rain does move out. Mild temperatures to end the weekend, but we are tracking some more rain and thunderstorms for the beginning of next week. -- Weather Forecaster Kalie Pluchel
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Over the past several days, we have seen what seemed like low pressure system after low pressure system move through our area. These clipper systems are known to move through quickly, and Saturday’s is not going to be the last one that moves through. There were still a few scattered showers by the time we headed to work/school. Temperatures for Monday are not going to make it out of the 40s, and with skies clearing overnight, expect a cold and frosty morning on Tuesday. Skies will be mostly clear on Tuesday, but overnight our next Alberta Clipper will begin to approach us. We expect to see rain throughout most of the day on Wednesday, but especially in the afternoon there is the possibility for a thunderstorm event. However, as of this time we do not expect it to be severe. Thursday the chance for rain lingers as another low pressure system begins to approach us and will move in by late Thursday. EARLY Friday morning there is the chance for some some flurries mixing with rain as temperatures dip below freezing. Fortunately for us, the weekend is when the sunshine will return and temperatures will begin to climb. For your weather updates, make sure to follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather
Throughout the entire course of yesterday, we received 0.26 inches of rain. Last night there were a few thunderstorms in the vicinity, which put on a good lightning show, and we picked up nearly half of our daily rainfall as that low pressure system moved through. Cold air moved into the area behind the cold front that passed through behind those thunderstorms, and that is going to bring us cooler temperatures than we have had the past couple of days. That, coupled with a trough in the jet stream, cooler Canadian air is going to move in to the area over the weekend and into next week. Both Friday and Saturday we can expect to see the chance for scattered showers in the afternoon, and temperatures on Saturday are going to dip down to the 40s. Sunday is going to be the pick of the days for the weekend, Sunny skies and a high temperature back in the 50s. Monday we have another chance for some rain to begin your work week. Tuesday we should see sunshine return, but temperatures will only be in the mid 40s. Wednesday more significant rain will move through the area and rain chance will linger into Thursday and Friday. For your weather updates, make sure to follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather.
MUNCIE,IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Spring weather is bringing rain showers off and on for the next few days. Today we will have partly cloudy skies and by this afternoon, the rain will move in with a high of 55. The winds will be from the W at 20 to 30 mph. Tonight rain will end in the overnight hours with a low of 36. Saturday will start off dry with mostly clear skies and by the afternoon the clouds and rain will return. The high will be 48 degrees. Sunday will be a great day to be outside, it will be Sunny and dry conditions with temperatures in the mid-50s. Another chance of rain on Monday with a high of 51. By Tuesday, a high-pressure system will settle into our area causing sunny and dry conditions. For the rest of the week, there will be chances of rain. So, if you plan on being outside have your umbrella and rain boots ready! For more weather updates follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) - The past few days we have experienced some pretty heavy severe thunderstorms here in east central Indiana. Even though the chances for severe weather tonight has decreased, we still have a slight chance of storms and rain that will push through in the early night hours. Follow these storms, our high temperatures will start to decrease into the weekend. The rain will also be back tomorrow during the PM hours as well as Saturday. The winds will also stick around the mid 20 mph mark. Sunday is looking to be an absolutely beautiful day with a high of 59 and a low of 49 with sunny skies. So as you head out to work tomorrow make sure you grab the umbrella because you might need it on your way home from work. For more information and constant updates, make sure to follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather.
Heavy rain and a beautiful lightning storm was the story for the Wednesday overnight hours heading into Thursday. Rain showers will continue throughout the day, with strong winds being present as well. Possible severe weather may develop in the western parts of Indiana, but Delaware County should only experience moderate precipitation. Even with the rain, temperatures are over 10 degrees warmer than 24 hours ago, with a high for Thursday nearly reaching 70 with a forecasted high of 69 degrees. Friday should see clearing conditions, with the possibility for a pop up shower in the afternoon. Expect a high of 57. Saturday will bring back much colder temperatures, with a low reaching 28 degrees, and a high of only 48 degrees. Rain is expected several times through the seven day forecast, so make sure to follow us on twitter @NLIWeather to keep up to date.
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MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- A low pressure system is making its way towards Muncie, but the rain and thunderstorms associated with it will not move in until later tonight. Throughout the afternoon hours, it will be partly cloudy with a high of 67. Then the rain will move in, bringing showers and thunderstorms throughout the night hours with a low of 56. Some of those storms can be severe, so keep an eye out for any watches/warnings that may be issued. The rain will be on and off throughout the day tomorrow with a high of 69 and breezy conditions, but more storms will move through Muncie early tomorrow night. The weekend brings cooler temperatures both days, as the low pressure system moves east and the jet stream dips south and east too. It will be breezy and partly cloudy on Saturday with a high of 50, but sun will return on Sunday with a high of 48. Beginning the work week on Monday brings partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the lower 50s that will stick around into Tuesday as well.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Strong thunderstorms moved throughout throughout last evening. Lightning reports were frequent and hail was reported throughout east central Indiana. Unfortunately though, behind those thunderstorms was colder hair, so high temperatures are going to be about 20 degrees cooler than they were on Sunday. Tuesday and Wednesday we are going to see quite a bit of sunshine, especially on Tuesday. On Wednesday skies will grow cloudier throughout the day as the next low pressure system begins to approach our area. Our next rain chance is going to occur on Thursday, with the best rain chance occurring before noon. There is the possibility of a thunderstorm on Thursday as well, but as of right now we do not expect it to be severe. Temperatures will once again drop on Friday, and a lesser rain chance will stick around during the day before clearing out for the weekend. For your weather updates, make sure to follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather!
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