Tonight: Say goodbye to spring-like temperatures and say hello to the cold! Tonight's lows will drop into the teens as a strong cold front crosses across the greater Muncie area. The rain should end at around 6pm with a couple of snow showers lingering until midnight. Expect untreated walkways and roadways to freeze over and travel to become hazardous overnight.
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Tonight: Rain chances will return as we get into the overnight hours. Temperatures will be steady, dropping down until the mid 40s. A FLOOD WATCH is in effect until 1 AM Friday
Tonight: Rain moves in overnight and stays throughout the morning rush hour dumping anywhere between a half an inch to inch of rain.
Tonight: We will see the rain end before midnight with cloudy skies. Our low will drop to around 31 degrees with light winds!
Tonight: We expect temperatures to drop to the upper-teens, with light winds coming from the SSE at 5-10 mph. It will be a cool night, so make sure to wear something heavy.
Tonight: Overnight temperatures sink back down to the lower 20s. More clouds begin to develop thru the night with relatively calm winds causing windchill to drop into the teens. Fog begins to develop late in the evening into Saturday morning.
Tonight: Overnight temperatures will warm into the middle teens. Winds will remain calm. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the entirety of our viewing area overnight tonight into Friday morning at 10 AM. Snow flurries will develop overnight with the heaviest snow coming shortly after midnight.
The 2004 film The Day After Tomorrow was about a superstorm of cold ravaging the northern hemisphere. Only 44% of critics liked it, and fewer will likely be fans of Wednesday’s weather which is projected to reach below a -35 degree wind chill in parts of Indiana. People are advised to stay indoors as much as possible, and that means people will be looking for ways to kill time.
Tonight: A snow and wintry mix of precipitation should end early this evening. Cool air from the northwest will cause temperatures to continue to drop into the single digits this evening. Winds will also be quite breezy, with gusts around 25 mph possible.
Tonight: Tonight we will be seeing lows down into the teens approaching single digits. Winds coming out of the South will cause wind chill values to be below 0 degrees. If you are going to be out and about tonight be sure to bundle up. We will also see a chance of flurries this evening, no significant accumulation is expected.
Tonight: The cloudy skies and isolated snow showers we experienced throughout the day today will linger into the overnight. We are not expecting any travel problems in the morning from these snow showers. Chance of snow is 30%. Low temperatures will drop to around 27°.
Tonight: The fog is thick out there! Expect foggy conditions to continue throughout the evening and into the overnight. As a result, temperatures are not really going to fall all that much. Most areas should remain rain-free until tomorrow morning.
Tonight: Overnight tonight we will be seeing temperatures only get down to the low 40s for the overnight low. Slight winds out of the East will be present as well. We are expecting showers moving through the area, mainly after midnight tonight.
Tonight: As the night progresses and temperatures begin to rise above freezing, visibility due to fog will be the main threat. Overnight low will remain just above freezing at 34º with mild winds.
Today: Today will still be bitterly cold, with temperatures hovering in the high-20s. Fortunately, we can expect less breezy winds and lower wind chills, so it will be nicer than yesterday.
Tonight: Snow flurries will taper off early with partial clearing overnight. We will have an overnight low of 19 degrees with wind chill values slipping into the upper single digits. Be sure to have the winter coat if you are heading out tonight!