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MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) - Winter weather has made a return to Muncie. Large snowflakes and heavy snow bands developed early this morning just shortly after the morning commute. However, that is not the end of the snow chance for the area. Over the next two days expect scattered snow showers and chilly temperatures to stick around. Tonight, expect lows to drop down to 25 degrees, however, it may feel more chilly due to a WNW at 10-15 mph. The morning commute may be tricky as the snowfall from this morning left pavement wet in some locations. The overnight lows in combination with dropping pavement temperatures may allow for the development of some black ice in the overnight hours. Tomorrow will be cloudy with the chance of snow showers throughout the day. Right now, accumulations are expected to be under an inch for tomorrow. However, some locally higher totals could occur with the development of stronger, heavier snow bands. Once the event wraps up on Wednesday, overall snowfall totals for Muncie will be nearing 1-2 inches. Thursday will bring sunny skies and much colder temperatures as overnight lows will be dropping well into the teens. Make sure to follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather for your weather updates, and make sure to bundle up warm all of this week as strong winds will make it feel like the temperature is well below what it actually is.
This week is going to be a far cry from the weather we had this past weekend. Snow started to fall this morning, but will be light throughout the day on Monday. Through Monday night and in to Tuesday, the snow fall rate will intensify slightly, with Tuesday being the day we see the most of the snow accumulation. Wednesday we will see the snow start to taper off around mid-morning, but with temperatures in the mid-teens and wind chills in the single digits, you will want to make sure to bundle up. After all is said and done on Wednesday, we could see anywhere from 1-3 inches of snow accumulation, with areas to the northwest receiving higher amounts. Thursday and Friday we will see high temperatures rebound slightly, and the snow will have moved out of our area before then to give us a sunny end to the work/school week. Make sure to follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather for your weather updates, and make sure to bundle up warm all of this week as strong winds will make it feel like the temperature is well below what it actually is.
Muncie, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Hello everyone and happy Friday! Today our temperatures were above average coming in at 41° with our lows expected to drop off to 24°. Saturday our temperatures will be similar to what we seen today as highs make their way up to 41° during the afternoon. Overnight lows will dip down to 29°. Sunday our temperatures will top out at an unseasonable 44° prior to our next storm system moving through with our lows projected to drop to a mild 32°. Monday rain and snow showers enter the area with highs reaching 36° and lows bottoming out at 25°. Tuesday the snow continues to stay with us but our highs begin to drop getting down to 27° with your lows to go down as well coming in at 16°. For your Wednesday, you can expect cool conditions once again as our highs continue on a cooling trend only getting up to 23° with your overnight lows to remain in the teens, dropping off to 15°. Don't forget to stay tuned to NewsLink Indiana and follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather!
As high pressure builds into our area on Friday, this will give us sunny skies for most of the day and even a bit on Saturday as well before the clouds roll back in on Saturday around the noon hour. Saturday night that high pressure is going to move completely out of the area, allowing for clouds to lurk back in to the Great Lakes region during the overnight on Saturday and throughout Sunday ahead of a low pressure system. As the low moves into our region it will bring the chance for about 1 inch of snow on Monday and will stall for another day or so, allowing for more snow on Tuesday with accumulation on Tuesday from 1-3 inches. By Wednesday the low will have moved out of the area, but we will still see mostly cloudy skies and cold conditions, but will have a decent day on Thursday with partly sunny conditions. Make sure you're prepared for the snow on Monday. Pro-tip: If you park your car outside, put your windshield wipers up on Sunday and Monday night to prevent them from freezing to your windshield. Make sure to follow us on twitter @NLIWeather for weather updates!
Good Thursday morning! With the weekend nearly here, we will see temperatures go back up into the upper 40's for your weekend! With the low pressure system passing through Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, we have seen temperatures drop nearly 20 degrees within the past 24 hours, so the new warmth will be refreshing. Saturday holds a 20% for early snow, however, if there will be any snow, it will melt as the afternoon high will reach 45 degrees. Monday and Tuesday hold the next chance for snow with a 50% chance for each day with models showing approximately 1 inch snowfall totals for each day. Temperatures will be brutal starting Tuesday, with highs being in the 20's, and that is before wind chill. Make sure to get those winter jackets ready!
MUNCIE, IN(NewsLink Indiana)--Good Wednesday Evening! We saw our high for today early this morning at 61 degrees and have fallen all the way down to the mid 30s and temperatures will continue to fall throughout the night as we have seen through today. For Thursday we will be seeing clearing conditions by late afternoon as skies will become mostly cloudy to partly cloudy. Temperatures tomorrow will not reach over the freezing limit however no snowfall is expected. For Friday and into the weekend, expect better/warmer conditions with sunny skies for Friday turning partly sunny by late evening and into the weekend. Saturday we may see a few showers late but keeping in only a 10% chance of rain. High temperatures for the weekend will be hovering in the lower 40s for Friday-Sunday. Our next Rain/Snow maker comes in Monday with Rain showers then turning to all snow by mid afternoon. It turns brutally cold for Tuesday and Wednesday of next week with highs not even getting out of the teens.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- The high for today occurred just after midnight with a high of 61, but temperatures continuing to fall throughout the day today. Clouds will be on the increase throughout the day as we could see some flurries later tonight. The skies will begin to clear and the temps will again rise to above normal levels as we head toward the weekend. Thursday will have partly cloudy skies with highs around 33. There will be lots of sunshine for Friday with temperatures for Saturday and Sunday in the lower-to-mid 40s as well. This round of warm weather should last until Sunday night, when some snow is possible ahead of the next potential round of winter weather starting Monday morning. That system will drop temperatures back down into the upper 30s come Monday and into the upper 20s for Tuesday.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Rain showers will come to an end this evening, but sadly so will the warm weather. The high for Wednesday will occur just after midnight with temperatures continuing to fall throughout the day on Wednesday. Clouds will linger around the region, with some snow flurries possible during Wednesday afternoon and evening. Following Wednesday the skies will begin to clear and the temps will again rise to above normal levels as we head toward the weekend. This round of warm weather should last until Sunday night, when some snow is possible ahead of the next potential round of winter weather starting Monday. That system will drop temperatures back down into the twenties and bring snow chances to the region for both Monday and Tuesday. Be thankful for the warm weather while it lasted.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) - The mid-day weather update brings breezy conditions to the Delaware County area that will continue into this Tuesday night and into most of the day Wednesday. The Muncie and surrounding areas remain under a slight risk for severe weather this evening. The majority of storms and showers will exit the region by Wednesday morning, leaving behind cloudy skies and windy conditions. The weekend commute can expect rain-free skies and plenty of sunshine, with high temperatures sitting comfortably in the mid-40s.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Good evening! Mild temperatures and almost record breaking coming out of the weekend. Expect a low around the freezing point at 32. Tomorrow's high should be around 57 with thunderstorm chances. Early morning classes and early afternoon should be clear. We will have around a 40% chance of rain around 3pm and storms really start to move in around 6pm. With these storms, we are seeing a possibility of high winds around 25mph with wind gusts possibly reaching 40mph. Overnight totals of rain could reach anywhere from a half an inch to an inch and a half. Low tomorrow night should only reach 43 degrees. We will see a cool down come Thursday and stay through Friday. On the brighter side, the weekend highs look to be in the low to mid 40s. Rain chances could possibly return for the beginning of next week. Make sure to follow us on twitter @NLIWeather for all the updates through this storm. ---Weather Forecaster Kalie Pluchel
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- This past weekend we experienced some decent weather for this time of year, except for Sunday, when there were cloudy skies throughout the area and a bit of light rain in the evening. The weather is going to be similar throughout the beginning part of our week as well. The clouds are going to hang around in the morning on Monday, but eventually giving way to partly sunny skies. However, early Tuesday we will see clouds quickly build into our area ahead of a system moving in from the Rockies. This system has been dumping snow in the Colorado region, but combined with the warm temperatures in our area, will leave us with rain on Tuesday and a marginal chance for severe thunderstorms according to the Storm Prediction Center. This means on Tuesday we can expect rain and possibly damaging winds/wind gusts. Wednesday the temperature will drop throughout the day, giving us the chance for a mix of wintry precipitation later in the afternoon and into the evening hours, but that chance is light. Your work week wraps up with partly to mostly sunny skies for your Thursday and Friday, and for the weekend as well. For more weather updates, make sure to follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) For tonight expect partly cloudy skies with a low of 35. As Saturday comes there will be partly sunny skies and a high of 46. Rain showers are likely for Sunday with a high of 56. For Monday there will be a high of 44 with mostly cloudy skies. Warmer temperatures are in store for Tuesday with a high of 53 with rain showers possible. A cool down begins for Wednesday as temperatures begin to drop with a high of 37 with cloudy skies. Thursday and Friday have partly cloudy skies with highs in the mid-20s.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- For today, we will have partly sunny skies with temperatures on the cooler side with a high of 35. Tonight temperatures won't drop too much with a low of 33. The winds will pick up from the South around 10-15 mph with wind gust up to 24 mph. This weekend we will not need winter jackets as the temperatures will warm up to the low to mid-50s. Sunday there will be a 50% chance of rain in the afternoon that will continue into early Monday morning. Cooler temperatures for Monday with a high of 45 and overcast skies. The big storm system will move in Tuesday bringing a lot of rain and windy conditions. Temperatures will reach into the mid-50s, which might break the record of 58 that was set in 1968. A quick temperature change for Wednesday and even a 30% chance of snow in the morning. Temperatures will continue to stay cool for the end of next week. For more weather updates follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- The past few days and even weeks have been pretty chilly, but I have some good news for you! The temperatures are going to start rising into the weekend and then into next week. First off, we do have a slight chance of snow flurries later this evening and into the overnight hours. The high will be at only 35 tomorrow, and with a low of 28. Tomorrow will be slightly different than today as we will have partly cloudy skies. Compared to a complete overcast that we had today. From here, the temperatures will start to rise. Saturday the high will climb up to 48, and a low of 38. The winds will also start to pick up to near the 20 mph mark during the weekend and early next week. On Sunday the high will be all the way up to 53 and a low of 43 with also a chance of PM rain showers that will carry into Monday morning. Then on Tuesday we high a high chance for thunderstorms. So stay tuned for more information. Make sure to follow us on twitter @NLIWeather for current updates.
Warmer temperatures are beginning to work their way towards the Muncie area. For Thursday, temperatures will exceed 40, with 41 being the afternoon high. Temperatures will drop down to 34 for Friday before breaking the 50's by the end of the weekend! Along with the warmer temperatures does come to chance of rain, with a 40% chance for Sunday, and 80% chance for AM showers on Monday and Tuesday. Overall, even with the chance of rain the warmer weather will surely make up for it!
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Today will be the coldest day out of the next week with highs in the lower 30s. Starting tomorrow, a warming trend will be heading into Muncie with highs for Thursday and Friday in the upper 30s to near 40. For the weekend, expect some nice conditions outside with highs for Saturday and Sunday staying steady around 50. It will be wet outside when the work week comes around with a 50% chance for some showers on Monday with a high of 46. Tuesday next week will also continue the wet conditions with a 60% chance of rain and a high of 47.
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MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Today the cloudy skies and breezy conditions we are experiencing will stick around into tonight when our high of 34 degrees will drop to a chilly 24 degree low. Tomorrow we can expect a high of 31 degrees with partly cloudy skies, Thursday will bring more clouds but a warmer high of 37 degrees which will continue into Friday. We can expect a warm weekend with some showers on Sunday remaining into Monday with some morning showers. Weather Forecaster Rachel Russell has the details in this midday weather update.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) - Rain chances will stick around for the remainder of the evening as a cold front makes it way through the area. The greatest chance of rain showers will be before 2 am. After the front moves through, temperatures will be impacted. Expect an overnight low of 32 degrees, with temperatures tomorrow only creeping up to 37 degrees. Partly cloudy skies will dominate the area for most of the day Tuesday with some light snow shower possible in the evening.
The partly cloudy skies will continue for the day on Wednesday but high temperatures will only reach 31 degrees. Wednesday will be another chilly one with temperatures falling to 24 degrees. Thursday, Friday and Saturdays' conditions is looking to be improving each day, however, highs will only reach the upper 30's and lower 40's. It's still looking optimistic for temperatures to almost reach 50 degrees for the weekend. Remember you can get the latest weather information by following us on Twitter @NLIWeather.
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