Winter is starting to arrive here in East Central Indiana, and the cooler temperatures are on the way! Low tonight of around 34 degrees, but winds chills below freezing for tonight and into tomorrow morning. Rain chances move into the forecast as well early tomorrow morning (6AM) into the afternoon hours. Make sure to grab a warm jacket an umbrella out the door! The rain will be moving out, along with the clouds to have partly cloudy skies on Wednesday. A major cold front will be moving through our area later this week. This will bring highs in the upper-20s and lows in the teens for Thursday and Friday. Get out the heavy coats, because winter will be arriving very soon! We even have snow in the forecast for the end of the weekend and into next week. As always, make sure to follow us on Twitter, @NLIWeather for all your weather updates!
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December is finally here, and if you take a look at the 7 day forecast, it says just that. Temperatures have started to drop into the lower 40s and that trend will continue over the next few days. We will remain dry until Sunday as there will be a chance of PM showers. The low on Sunday is 33, so it is possible that their could be some freezing rain or some snow flurries associated with that rain if the temperature gets a little lower. Take safety precautions as necessary. As we look further into next week, the high on Thursday is sitting at 29 right now and 28 for Friday. So as next week progresses the temperatures could continue to drop even more. So make sure as you go through your routine for the day that you have a decent sized weather coat. The temperatures are getting cold and it's time to start bundling up. For more up to date information make sure to follow us on Twitter @WCRDWX.
December has finally arrived, and with it came a drop in temperatures. The last few days of November bought temperatures above average, but today we actually fell under average for this time of year. The average daily high for December 1st is 47 degrees, but we only reached 42 for the high. We are. however; back more more appropriate conditions for this time of year. Friday will bring more overcast skies to end the work week, with a high of 41 degrees. Our first true chance to see snow accumulation is this Sunday, with the possibility for a rain/snow mixture. Usually, our first true snowfall is mid November, so we are due for it soon. Temperatures will remain in the mid to low 40's for much of the 7 day forecast, but we might see a high of only 29 for next Thursday. Make sure to give us a follow on Twitter @NLIWeather
Temperatures for the past several days have been above average for this time of year, but cooler temperatures are on the way. Tomorrow the cloud cover is going to stick around for most of the day with a few peeks of sunshine throughout the day, but temperatures are going to drop 10-15 degrees overnight. The high temperature for tomorrow will be around 40 degrees. There is the slight chance for a few snow flurries to creep into northwestern Grant county, but it will not amount to much. Temperatures throughout the day on Friday and Saturday will remain in the lower 40s, but a bit more sunshine will return for Saturday. Sunday is the best chance for snow in the next 7-days. Accumulation won't amount to much early on Sunday and will transition from Snow to a more rain/snow mix throughout the late morning and early afternoon, with a rain chance Late afternoon. Overnight on Sunday and into Monday morning there is another chance for rain/snow mix, with more rain than snow. Temperatures Monday through Wednesday are going to begin to climb through the upper 40s and into the lower 50s on Wednesday, but a slight rain chance returns for the middle of next week. For more weather updates please follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather.
MUNCIE , IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Temperatures reach above normal temperatures for this time of year. We reach a high of 59. These warmer conditions will stay with us throughout this evening and into tomorrow. Tonight we will reach a low of 47 with partly cloudy skies. The winds will be from the South 10-15 mph. There be rain chances throughout the morning commute, so grab an umbrella before you head out the door. Temperatures will reach a high of 53 with partly cloudy skies. Cooler temperatures for the end of the week with afternoon highs in the low 40s. Winter weather returns this weekend with snow chances on Sunday! For more weather updates please follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather.
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Muncie, Indiana (NewsLink Indiana) -- Hello and happy Monday! Today we reached a high temperature of 53° with our low temperatures expected to drop to 47° overnight. The rain showers in the area will push out of the region during the overnight hours. Tomorrow temperatures are expected to climb to 57° with mostly cloudy skies. Wednesday will be another warm day across the region with temperatures making their way up to 54° with mostly cloudy skies. By Thursday temperatures will dip back down into the lower 40's with highs only expected to reach 42°. Friday and Saturday overcast skies and temperatures in the lower 40's will dominate the area before a rain-snow mix makes its way into Central Indiana during the day Sunday. For further weather coverage, be sure to follow us on twitter @NLIWeather!
Muncie, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Hello and happy Monday! Today we reached a high of 42° here in Muncie with our lows expected to drop to 23° overnight with mostly clear skies. Tomorrow partly cloudy skies will enter the region with highs to get up to 44° during the afternoon. By Wednesday rain showers are expected to arrive with highs climbing to 45°. For your Thanksgiving conditions should remain dry with highs making their way to 48°. Four your Friday rain chances return later in the day but drier weather is in store for your weekend with the return of rain once again for the start of your work week. For further weather coverage, don't forget to follow us on twitter @NLIWeather!
What a pleasant Friday afternoon it is! The temperature for today has already matched the record high temperature set back in 1971 of 72 degrees. We are expecting to exceed that record temperature by about one or two degrees. The warmth is not going to stick around as a cold front is expected to pass through our region tonight and into tomorrow as our high temperatures for the next two days are not expected to exceed 42 degrees. Low temperatures are also expected to drop into the 20s and 30s, so make sure to send out your kids to the bus stop with a jacket. Snow chances are expected for tomorrow, but accumulation is not likely. Make sure to give us a follow on Twitter @NLIWeather!
MUNCIE, IN (Cardinal Weather) -- A beautiful start to the morning here in East Central Indiana. Temperatures all across the State of Indiana are around 60 degrees as of 10:30 am. Today, we are on our way to high of 71 degrees with clear and sunny skies. A strong low pressure associated with a cold front is beginning to approach the area this evening. Therefore, tonight, do not rule out the chance of a few rain showers early in the evening. However, by late evening expect thunderstorms and the possibility of gusty winds as the front passes through. Saturday will remain mostly clear by afternoon hours. Temperatures across East Central Indiana will drop dramatically during the weekend. Highs Saturdays will only in the lower 40s and lows in the upper 20s. Wind chills could be a factor in the morning hours of Sunday. Early next week temperatures will begin to climb back to near average temperatures.
Good Thursday evening! Well above average temperatures have returned to central Indiana yet again the past several day. This Thursday we hit a high of 71 degrees, which is over 20 degrees warmer for our average this time of year! Friday will bring more warm weather, with a high of 71 degrees. We'll see an increase in cloud coverage throughout the day, along with increasing winds. Saturday will bring a massive drop in temperature, with a high of only 42 degrees for the daily high. In addition, Friday night heading into Saturday morning could bring some rain showers or possibly some snow flurries depending on how cold it gets. If snow does fall, it will be a light dusting that will melt due to the surface still being warmer than the freezing point. Make sure to give us a follow on Twitter @NLIWeather!
Good Wednesday Evening! High pressure continues to dominate our area and will continue to be that way into Thursday. Temperatures Thursday will likely be 20 degrees above normal as we expect highs around 70 degrees with sunny conditions. All eyes turn to Friday afternoon through Saturday as an unsettled pattern works in giving us thunderstorms Friday, and then changing to some flurries Saturday morning. Temperatures take a dive into the weekend as we will be seeing highs only reach about 45 degrees. Sunday looks to be like a very cool day with the temperatures only climbing to 40 degrees. Our next best chances of rain after this weekend come in for the middle part of your work week next week as another low pressure system comes in Tuesday afternoon into the afternoon hours of Wednesday. For further weather information, don't forget to check us out on twitter @NLIWeather
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- A quiet weather pattern is falling again over much of the Central Midwest. This will allow for us to experience a far amount of sunshine over the next five days here in East Central Indiana. Tonight, low temperatures will drop down to the lower 40s, a change from the 32 degrees low from Monday morning. Sunshine will be accompanied by a southwesterly wind for the day Tuesday. Expect a high temperature of 60 degrees and a low of 41 degrees. Wednesday, Thursday and the morning on Friday will all be very similar. Expect warming temperatures into the weekend but major changes coming. A high of 68 degrees will be forecast for Friday, however, a strong low pressure and cold front will move across the region. This will bring us the chance of a few thunderstorms and rain showers Friday night into Saturday morning.
The weather these past few weeks have been really confusing. And that pattern will continue during the next week. With highs changing from 51 tomorrow and to 69 on next Friday. The temperatures will be ranging from the mid 50s to the high 60s. The sun will also be shinning bright over the course of the whole week, as there is no rain in our forecast at all. There is a chance for an overnight freeze, so make sure that you cover your outdoor plants if you still have some. The lows during the weekend will be in low to mid 30s. So if you're heading out at night then make sure to bundle up. For further weather information, don't forget to check us out on twitter @NLIWeather!
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Muncie, IN (NewsLink Indiana) --Hopefully everyone enjoyed the sunshine today, but if you didn't there is plenty more to come in the next few days. High temperatures for this time of year normally hover around the low to mid 50s, and at least for a few days in the forecast, we will see that. Tomorrow high pressure is going to stick around, we will see sunny skies and a high temperature near 63 degrees. Early morning on Friday though we are going to see a cold front move through, and as it does, that is going to bring cooler temperatures and a few more clouds, but still plenty of sunshine. Saturday and Sunday high temperatures will be possibly the coolest of the year so far, but we will still have clear and sunny skies. Overnight for both of those nights it is anticipated we will see widespread frost throughout the area, so on the off-chance there is still some people who have plants outside, need to have the covered or bring them inside to prevent damage. Temperatures are going to begin to climb slightly into early next week, with a slight chance for rain during the overnight hours. Temperatures are going to work their way up into the upper 50s.
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MUNCIE, IN (Cardinal WX) - Good Morning and happy Election Day! Today is November 8th and Cardinal WX has all your weather updates to get your day started out at the polls. So breaking it down, not too bad of weather, but we will be seeing some rain showers throughout the day. You can expect cloudy conditions for when the polls open and those scattered rain chances to stay throughout the day. Not a major rain event, Muncie expecting about 0.17". Winds will stay moderately low, but we do expect a cold front to move through our area bringing high wind gusts coming from the north. This cold front will bring us back down to our normal temperatures for the rest of the week. To stay in the know on all things news and weather, make sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on twitter @Cardinal_WX.