Tonight: Tonight will be mainly cloudy with a chance of showers late. Low will be 33 the winds will be out of the East at 10 mph. Make sure if you're going out to bring a jacket or an umbrella with you.
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Tonight: Temperatures drop into the upper 20's for our overnight low and mostly cloud skies persist. Winds will remain light.
Tonight: Tonight will be below freezing with a high of around 27 degrees. Winds coming from the West at 5-8 mph. It will be cooler night with mild winds that shouldn't be too much of a hassle to bundle up for.
Tonight: Overnight tonight we will see mostly cloudy conditions with temperatures dropping to the low 30s. Winds will be coming out of the W at 10-15 mph, making it feel like the mid to upper 20s.
Tonight: Snow moves in overnight leaving a mess for our morning commute tomorrow. Areas to our east will see more snow than our western areas. I expect most areas to see around a tenth of an inch of ice.
Tonight: It won't be too dramatic tonight, but with a low in the high-20s, cloudy skies and light winds, it will feel cool enough to wear a jacket.
Tonight: We will stay dry overnight while dropping into the low 20's for the low with mostly cloudy skies. Winds will be light out of the north at 5 to 10 mph.
Tonight: Overnight the temperature sinks down to 19°F. Clouds continue to cover the sky throughout the evening. Calm winds shift from the North at 5-10 mph making it feel cold with windchills in the lower teens.
Today: Happy Valentine's Day, Cardinals! Today's highs will be in the mid to high 40s and will make for a comfortable and spring-like day around East-Central Indiana. However, don't let those chocolates and flowers blow away! Winds will be gusting to 30 mph, which could disrupt your plans for a romantic hot-air balloon ride.
Tonight: After a day that featured plenty of sunshine, clouds will be on the increase tonight. Winds will be shifting from the west to the south, allowing for temperatures to warm overnight. Our low temperature will occur later this evening, as tomorrow morning will actually be warmer than it is outside this evening.
Tonight: Snow showers will linger around tonight, but the major story is the wind. A Wind Advisory will be in affect tonight until 4 AM. Wind gusts can reach up to 45 mph with sustained winds coming from the west at 20-30 mph. Parts of the viewing area are also in a Flood Warning which ends around the same time. The low will 23°.
Today: A strong cold front is moving through the area this afternoon. Heavy rain and snow will accompany this front. Once it clears, very windy conditions are expected. A WIND ADVISORY is in effect from 4 PM this afternoon until 4 AM tomorrow morning. Wind gusts as high as 45 mph are possible during this time. Be safe, especially if you have to drive high profile vehicles.
Tonight: Tonight we will be seeing fog and rain chances, much like we have had today. Additionally, we have a chance of some wintry mix to our North, so keep an eye out for slick spots tonight during your evening commute.
Tonight: Tonight will be mostly clear with some passing clouds. Temperatures will be in the single digits with low of 7. Wind chill values will fall down to a low of -6 with winds coming out of the northwest ranging from 10-15mph. So make sure you grab you're winter gloves and coats if you have to head outside at anytime.
Tonight: Tonight will be clear but very chilly with the low of 9 degrees. Be sure to bring a jacket with you if you plan on going out.
Tonight: Temperatures will take a significant plunge from this morning and afternoon. Temperatures will drop 30+ degrees making tonight one of the coldest nights we have seen in a few days. If you are headed out, I'd suggest opting for the winter jacket instead of the rain jacket from earlier today.
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.