MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Warm temperatures are going to hang around for another 2 days as it seems records continue to fall around the country as many places are breaking their records for high temperatures. Friday we will reach 70 degrees, but there is an enhanced risk for severe storms. The primary threat as of right now is damaging winds, but the chances for severe hail and an isolated tornado are increasing slightly as we get closer to the day. Saturday temperatures will drop enough to where we will see some snow mixing in with some rain on Saturday as the high won't even make it out of the low 40s. Sunday seems to be the pick of the 7 days as we will see a bit of sunshine return to the forecast, but more seasonal temperatures. So if you are headed out on Sunday, you will need to take the coast with you. Monday through Wednesday we will remain pretty wet as we have some good rain chances beginning on Monday night and persisting through Wednesday. Fortunately though temperatures will begin to climb up to the mid 50s. For all of your weather updates make sure to follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather.
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Muncie, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Today we reached a high temperature of 66° here in Muncie. Overnight, our lows will drop down to 53° with clouds building in. Tomorrow, rain showers will enter the area during the latter part of the afternoon with highs getting up to 64°. By Wednesday we keep things mainly dry with temperatures rising to 68°. By Thursday rain showers return with highs only making it to 64°. On the day Friday we are watching for the possibility of strong to severe thunderstorms with temperatures dropping into the mid 40's for your weekend! Don't forget to follow us on twitter @NLIWeather!
Today will be unseasonably warm with abundant sunshine. Temperatures will rise to 60 degrees this afternoon. Skies will be clear tonight with a low temperature at 42 degrees. For Saturday, skies will cloud up a bit during the afternoon, however the cloud cover will decrease as the day goes on, with a high around 62 degrees. Sunday looks to be quite beautiful with a high of 65 degrees and sunny skies. The above average temperature trend will continue throughout the week with a good amount of sunshine. There will be a chance of rain on Tuesday and we are tracking a system that could bring a thunderstorm on Friday. Don't forget to follow us on twitter @NLIWeather.
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MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- More temperature changes are in the forecast for Muncie. This has been the trend over the last few days, with 60 degrees on Tuesday followed by 3 inches of snow on Wednesday. The weekend calls for warmer temps, in the lower 50s on Saturday and lower 40s on Sunday. There will also be rain late Saturday night into Sunday, with new accumulations around a tenth of an inch possible. Throughout the next work/school week, things look nice and sunny every day Monday through Friday. 40 on Monday, 47 on Tuesday, upper 30s Wednesday and Thursday, and mid 40s to end the work week next Friday. Have a great weekend everyone!
Temperatures will be warming up for the weekend, but there are rain chances for Saturday and Sunday. Temperatures will be cooling slightly by Wednesday and Thursday.Muncie, IN (NewsLink Indiana)
Today, we had spring like conditions with thunderstorms and warmer weather. Temperatures were about 25 degrees above normal.
Mild temperatures continued throughout the day, but cold temperatures are back for the next few days.
Temperatures are currently in the mid to upper 30s, but winds are making it feel a little bit cooler. Wind Chills feel at or below the freezing level.
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.
Today is a nice day here in Indiana, temperatures are currently at 67 degrees. Tomorrow's high is expected to reach 75 degrees with partly cloudy skies. Thursday we can expect storms, and Friday a low chance of showers. The weekend will be a nice one, with cloudy skies and a high of 69 on Saturday, then expected temperatures in the 70's on Sunday with sunny skies. Muncie's temperature has dropped 10 degrees since yesterday. Rachel Russell tells more in this midday weather update.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Today Muncie has a winter weather advisory bringing icy roads, cold wind chills, and of course snow. The snow will continue into tomorrow evening. Grab your coats, hats, and gloves, as Rachel Russell brings the forecast for this cold Tuesday.
Today our high of 53 degrees will be reached around 3 PM. These high temperatures we are experiencing are much warmer than the average for this time of year. Our high temperature has increased since yesterday, and will only continue to get warmer into the weekend when we will see temperatures in the 60s. These temperatures will begin to drop into the start of next week when we will have highs in the low 50s. Rachel Russell tells more in this midday weather update.
UPDATE: All winter alerts in the region have expired. Travel alerts still remain in place.
As the snow continues to fall, here are some tips for safe travel in the dangerous conditions.
The line of storms that prompted the tornado watch across central Indiana has weakened, prompting the National Weather Service to cancel the watch. Storms, some strong, continue to move across the state but are now below severe limits. You can keep up to date on twitter by following @NLIWeather and @WCRDWX