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MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Muncie is currently under a wind advisory that will expire at 8 PM EDT tonight. Winds today will be between 25-20 mph with gusts to above 30 at times. The clouds that were around this morning will be moving out, making it a partly sunny day with a high of 60 for today. Similar conditions will be around for tomorrow with temperatures a few degrees cooler with a high of 56 and sunny skies. We will see come precipitation over the weekend which will mostly compose of rain, but I would not be surprised if we see a few flurries very early on Saturday morning. Highs for Saturday and Sunday will hover around the mid 40s with slight chances of rain each day. Beginning the work week will have highs slowly crawling up to near 50 on Monday and then 52 on Tuesday.
Ball State University held a student ran production last Saturday evening that allowed students to get
hands on experience with working with musicians and mixing tracks. This was the
first time the university held the show on campus and offered aspiring
musicians a chance to compete in a music competition to show their talents to a
live studio audience and a panel of judges.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) - Drizzle with a few passing rain showers dominated most of East Central Indiana today. However, do not expect to see drastic changes to the forecast for the day on Tuesday. Tonight, expect overcast skies with temperatures dropping down to 48 degrees. We cannot rule out the possibility of some drizzle in the overnight hours. Tomorrow morning, dense patchy fog is possible. Precisioncast fog estimates visibilities to be below 5 miles before 9 a.m. After the fog and overcast skies break mid-morning expect to see some sunshine. This sunshine will allow us to warm up to a high of 70 degrees tomorrow. However, this mid-morning and afternoon heating will be enough to produce late afternoon rain and thunderstorms. The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma has placed much of central Indiana under a slight risk of severe weather. The primary threat is looking to be damaging winds. However, we can never rule out the chance of a isolated tornado or small hail. The timing of the severe weather primarily lies after 9 p.m. with the line of storms moving out of the area in the early morning hours on Wednesday. Remember to follow us on twitter @NLIWeather for the latest severe weather coverage.
Throughout Saturday evening and through last night, we officially picked up 1.17 inches of rain at the Muncie Airport, and that rain is expected to continue throughout the day today. We will see a slight break in the rain during the early hours, but should start again around noon. There is the slight chance for some thunderstorms throughout the day, so don’t be surprised if you see some lightning or hear some thunder, but we should not expect damaging winds. Overnight we should see the rain system continue to move out of our area. Tuesday we should see some slight breaks in the clouds throughout the day, but they day will continue to be gray. Tuesday evening there will be another low pressure system that will move to the north of us, bringing rain to east central Indiana and the possibility of a thunderstorm in the evening. The NOAA Storm Prediction Center has placed most of central Indiana under a slight risk of severe weather, which is better than the chance for Monday. This means that there is the possibility of damaging winds, thunder, and lightning. Wednesday we will see more of the clouds start to break up, allowing for more sunshine. That sunshine should persist on Thursday and Friday with only a slight chance for rain Thursday night.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Spring Break has come to Ball State, and that means the NLI Weather Team is taking a break as well. Before we leave though we didn't forget about your travel plans! Check out the latest forecast above and be sure to follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather for any alerts that you need over the break. Forecasts will resume on Monday March 14th. Have a great break!
Many are looking forward to soaking up some sun in warmer
states or countries during spring break, but three organizations are utilizing
the sun right here in Muncie.
Foggy conditions today with cloudy skies. The temperatures will reach a high of 37 and a low of 30. Chances of snow late this evening making roads a little slick. Chances of rain throughout Saturday clearing out early evening the high will be in the upper 40s. A break from the rain on Sunday with a high of 52 with partly cloudy skies. Warmer temperatures for next week with the highs in the 60s. Slight chances of rain on Monday and Tuesday and then and 80% chance of rain on Wednesday and Thursday. Enjoy your spring break Ball State!
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- This Thursday morning has already started off with snow showers. These will continue throughout the day, and eventually turn into rain by the late evening hours. Even though there is snow, temperatures around the state have increased around 10 degrees since yesterday. Thursday's high will reach 42 degrees, and temperatures will drop slightly for Friday, with a high of only 40 degrees, before a big warm up will come. Temperatures will start to push into the lower 50's by Saturday and Sunday, though Saturday holds a chance for snow early in the morning hours. Temperatures will exceed the 60 degree mark starting Monday, with a high of 62 degrees expected. With this warm front moving in, rain showers will come with it too, with Tuesday and Wednesday expected to be rainy throughout the day.
College campuses across the state are suffering from several outbreaks of mumps. Between Butler University, Indiana University and IUPUI more than a dozen cases have been reported. There has yet to be an outbreak at Ball State, but health officials are working to make a plan should an outbreak occur.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) We saw a high today of 33 degrees however we did see sunny and clear conditions for most part of the day for your Wednesday! Conditions over night will begin to fall as we are seeing another snow maker come into the state of Indiana. Snow showers are likely around the area by around 2:00 am Thursday morning and lasting through mid-day. Accumulations roughly will be around 1 to 2 inches of wet slushy snow. By mid to late afternoon temperatures will be forecast to be above the freezing mark so I expect a change to a rain snow mix by late in the afternoon. Highs tomorrow will be around 36. Friday looks clear and temperatures will be cool around 34 degrees. Saturday we will be seeing a small clipper coming in bringing in rain showers for your Saturday morning however high pressure will be coming in Saturday night and Sunday with temperatures in the upper 40s by Sunday. For the beginning of Spring Break we will be seeing very warm temperatures to start out the week, while rain showers may be evident by late Tuesday into Wednesday with highs in the mid 60s. Make sure you give us a follow on twitter @NLIWeather for all your updates.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Temperatures have dropped dramatically in the past couple of days. Today we will see a high of 33 with mostly sunny skies. As the hours through the night go on, clouds will increase along with the chances for snow. Late tonight and tomorrow morning, Muncie will see some snow which will turn into a rain/snow mix during the afternoon hours. In total from this system, accumulations around 1" of snow are possible. Thursday will see a high of 36 as well. If you are driving home on Friday for Spring Break, it will be a nice day with sunny skies and a high of 37. If you are staying in Muncie for Spring Break, there will be more rain and snow on Saturday with a high of 40 and accumulations of around 1" as well. Sunday will have mostly sunny skies and a high of 47 and temperatures will be on the increase. Monday calls for a high of 57 while Tuesday breaks the 60 mark as highs will hover around the mid 60s.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Our temperatures are taking a massive dive as we head into Tuesday night, with lows bottoming out in the lower 20s. Making things much worse will be the wind chill factor. Winds in the 10 to 20 mph range, with gusts over 20, will create wind chill values in the teens to single digits. The sun will come out for a a period on Wednesday afternoon, before more clouds move in ahead of snow arriving late Wednesday and early Thursday. Snow will continue to fall throughout Thursday morning, likely making for a tricky morning commute. Total accumulations are expected to be in the 1 to 2 inch range as of this time, but the temps will be rising throughout the day on Thursday, eventually leading to a rain/snow mix in the early afternoon, likely causing most of the snow that fell earlier in the day to start to melt. Another snow/rain chance arrives on early Saturday as the temps begin to rise as Ball State starts spring break, with temperatures reaching into the 60s by next Tuesday. For more details on the snow and your spring break weather, be sure to check out the most recent video forecast.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) - The Delaware County area started off the day with warm temperatures that quickly took a chilling plunge, bringing heavy showers and windy conditions. Rain showers occupy the Muncie area along with neighboring counties; some areas experiencing heavy showers at times that may reduce visibility. The rain is expected to exit the region early this evening. Tomorrow will bring about sunshine and clouds with a dry forecast. Snow is likely to occupy the area on Thursday with another possibility on Saturday. Next week is looking bright as the sun will return along with warmer temperatures.
We have had just about every season recently and that's not going to stop now. Rain and snow chances in the forecast for tomorrow. The switch should happen around 6-7pm and the storm itself should move out around midnight. A cold front will move through with this storm as highs the rest of the week will be in the mid-30s. Snow chances are in the forecast as well for Thursday and Saturday before we see warmer temperatures in the forecast for the end of the weekend. High on Sunday should be around 50 degrees. To start out next week, temperatures should be in the high 50s to low 60s. So if you are staying in Muncie for spring break, it should be a little warmer than average. -- Weather Forecaster Kalie Pluchel
This past weekend we enjoyed sunny skies and high temperatures in the middle to upper 60s. This week we are going to be brought back to reality as winter returns. Monday we will see partly sunny skies early in the day, but skies will be clearing partially throughout the day, giving us mostly sunny skies in the latter half of the day. Overnight on Monday clouds will begin to roll back in ahead of the next rain/snow system that will move through the area. Tuesday we expect to see cloudy skies and a high temperature hovering around 50 degrees, but rain will dominate the day as we can expect to see rain totals of about 0.25-0.5 inches. Tuesday night there is the chance for the rain to change over to snow, with a period of freezing rain in between, potentially making travel conditions tricky for Wednesday Morning. During the day on Wednesday we will see a break in the weather briefly with partly sunny skies. Thursday is the day we expect to winter return in the form of snow and cold temperatures. As the system moves out of the southwest, the freeze line will move from the northwest, meaning most of the northern half of the state will see snow. Here in Muncie we can expect to have anywhere from 1-3 inches accumulation on Thursday. Friday those cold temperatures are going to stick around, but we will see partly sunny skies. For more weather updates follow us on Twitter @NLIweather.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) Good evening! For the rest of tonight there will be a low of 26 with partly cloudy skies. Sunshine is in store for Saturday with a high of 49. Warmer temperatures arrive for Sunday with a high of 59 with rain showers, and partly cloudy skies. As Monday approaches there will be partly cloudy skies with a high of 48. Rain returns for Tuesday with a high of 56 with mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures drop for Wednesday with a high of 42, and cloudy skies with gradual clearing as the day continues. For Thursday has a cooler temperature of 37 with partly cloudy skies, but the chances of rain and snow will be possible for Thursday. As the week ends Friday will have partly cloudy skies and a high of 38.
The snow has finally stopped leaving skies mostly cloudy today. Temperatures will reach into the mid 30s with winds from the West- Northwest at 5 to 10 mph. Tonight the clouds will gradually decrease overnight with a low of 28. This weekend we will get a break from the winter weather with temperatures reaching into the 60s by Sunday. There is a chance of rain Sunday night and into early Monday morning. After the rain clears out skies will be partly cloudy with temperatures in the 50s. Thunderstorms will be likely for Tuesday and a chance of snow as the temperatures cool overnight. Next chance of snow will be on Thursday. Enjoy the beautiful spring temperatures this weekend, because next week the rain and snow will return. For more weather updates follow us on Twitter @NLIweather.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) --Snowfall continuous into the Thursday morning work commute after an intense night of snow throughout Indiana. Snow totals for Delaware County and the surrounding regions are likely to receive anywhere from 1-3" by the end of this massive system. Temperatures will remain relatively cold through Friday, with highs only reaching the 30's, however; by the weekend the warm temperatures will return. Saturday's high will reach 51 degrees and we may even break into the 60s for Saturday, with 63 being the expected high. Warmer temperatures will remain through Tuesday, but rain chances increase for Tuesday and Wednesday, holding the next possibility for precipitation.
The first Student Government Association, SGA, debate occurred last night inside the Teacher's College. NewsLink Indiana's Brittney Ermon was able to speak with both SGA presidential candidates, Matt King and James Wells. King is the presidential candidate for 18. Wells is the presidential candidate from BSU Summit. The next SGA Debate is scheduled for 8 p.m. in the L.A. Pittenger Student Center Cardinal Hall.
Christians are in the season of Lent — a holy time dedicated to rebirth and return to religion. Churches around Ball State are open to all, but focus on drawing in younger people and inviting them to return to their faith, especially during Lent. A study by the Pew Research Center suggests millennials are less religious than past generations, but some students at Ball State believe their faith has grown during college.