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Tonight: Temperatures will cool off to the low 70's with partly cloudy skies. Winds will be SW 5-10 and with that SW wind it will feel a little humid tonight.
Tonight: Pleasant evening tonight as the heat from today cools down to 71 with the partly cloudy conditions staying around. A slight breeze to continue and bring winds from the SW at 5-10 mph.
Tonight: Heat and humidity will continue through the evening hours, with temperatures not falling all that much overnight. Lows will only reach the upper 60s to low 70s with partly cloudy skies.
Currents: Right now here in Muncie it is a shocking 90°F and the strong humidity outside is making it feel much warmer! For today we could even see the high temps come close to 90°, but as for now no record breaking highs but it comes close to the previous record which was 95°, so stay cool everyone!
Tonight: We will have a slightly warmer night with a low of around 63 degrees with Partly Cloudy skies. Winds will be light out of the southwest.
Tonight: Rain showers are expected to continue throughout the evening, and as our system moves to the southeast, gusty winds will continue to move in. Expect a low in the low-40s, so it will feel cool tonight as well.
Tonight: Rain still hanging around into the evening. The temperature falls to 40°F at night with still windy conditions making it feel like the upper 30’s so stay bundled up!
Tonight: Flood threats continue for Madison and Delaware counties as a Flood Watch is in effect until 11 AM Friday. A Flood Warning is in effect until further notice for the White River in Madison county. Rain showers continue overnight as temperatures cool. A strong cold front ushering in this disturbance will disrupt the comfortable temperatures from earlier this week.
Tonight: For tonight cooler temperatures will most likely be accompanied by rainfall and a possible thunderstorm. Overnight we could potentially gain more than an inch of rain. As of right now the National Weather Service has issued a flood watch effective through tomorrow morning.
Tonight: Mixed clouds and sun will continue through the evening hours. Expect cloudy conditions overnight, with temperatures only falling to around 60°. There is a chance of an isolated thunderstorm through the early morning hours, but the majority of the widespread rain will hold off until during the day on Thursday.
Tonight: Just earlier we have been issued a flood warning mainly affecting Madison county near Anderson and this warning is in effect until Sunday of the 21st and any if there are any further updates we will update you with the latest. Moving on from that tonight should be a nice night as we will be seeing low 60's as the low with the occasional breeze and mostly cloudy conditions.
Tonight: We had a beautifully warm day today with lots of sun! Tonight the low will only get down to 54° with winds remaining relatively breezy from the SW.
Tonight: After a cooler-than-normal day today, temperatures drop into the lower 40's tonight. Clouds build in as the evening progresses, but expect partly cloudy conditions overall.
Tonight: Overnight tonight we see cooler temperatures once again as the low reaches into the low 40s. Winds coming out of the WSW will provide potential for a little bit of wind chill effect, so be sure to bring an extra layer when going out tonight. Clouds will be increasing throughout the night as well, providing mostly cloudy skies.
Tonight: Mostly Clear skies much cooler low around 41. Southwest wind 10 to 20 mph, with gusts up to 28 mph
Tonight: Rain has moved out of the area and we will be mostly clear as the night progresses. Temperatures will be in the low 40's with a low of 40. We will have a Southwest wind at 5-15 mph with gust reaching 30 mph.
Tonight: The Storm Prediction Center places portions of our viewing area, mainly Grant and Madison counties, under a marginal risk for severe weather through this evening. The main threats continue to be strong winds, but hail and heavy downpours are possible. Temperatures will drop down to the mid-60s by 1AM.
Tonight: Tonight will be mostly cloudy with a low of 43 degrees. Winds will be breezy coming out of the E at 10-20 mph.
Tonight: Clouds move in overnight as rain tries to pushing our area from the Northwest. These clouds will keep us warmer tonight than we usually are this time of year.