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The high pressure that gave us beautiful spring-like weather over the weekend is going to stick around for a bit longer. Expect sunshine and clouds mixed for Monday and Tuesday. Unfortunately, temperatures will not be like they were over the weekend as highs will only make it to the mid-40s for both of those days. Wednesday we will see our next rain chance with anywhere from 1-2 inches of rain accumulation. Overnight on Wednesday that rain will turn into wintery precipitation as temperatures drop throughout the day, so expect to wake up to snow falling on Thursday morning. That snow is going to stick around through much of Thursday morning, dumping anywhere from 1-3 inches of snow. That low pressure system is going to move out on Thursday evening and we should see those clouds start to break up, giving us clearer skies for your Friday.
Happy half-priced chocolate day! The past few days we have seen cold temperatures and snow fall sporadically. Yesterday we received 1-3 inches of new snow throughout east central Indiana. The jet stream is what help determines what type of air we see, whether warm or cold. Currently we have been in a trough in the jet stream, which has allowed for cold, Canadian air to move into our area. These next few days, we are going to see a shift in the jet stream, and later in the week, we will be under a ridge, which will allow for warmer air to move in from the south. However, Monday we are going to see that chance for wintery precipitation to continue. Freezing rain coupled with the snow already fallen can make travel conditions VERY tricky. Tuesday we will have a better chance for that rain/snow mix later in the day as a system moves in from our west. There is the possibility for about an inch of accumulation of snow on Tuesday night, but most of the area will receive less than that. Wednesday we have the chance for some light flurries, but as we make our way into Wednesday night and Thursday morning, we will start to see that jet stream shift and the clouds should start to break providing us with some sunshine for Thursday. Temperatures will be on the rise throughout Thursday, and for Friday and Saturday we can expect partly sunny skies and highs in the mid to upper 50s. For more weather updates follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather.
This week is going to be a far cry from the weather we had this past weekend. Snow started to fall this morning, but will be light throughout the day on Monday. Through Monday night and in to Tuesday, the snow fall rate will intensify slightly, with Tuesday being the day we see the most of the snow accumulation. Wednesday we will see the snow start to taper off around mid-morning, but with temperatures in the mid-teens and wind chills in the single digits, you will want to make sure to bundle up. After all is said and done on Wednesday, we could see anywhere from 1-3 inches of snow accumulation, with areas to the northwest receiving higher amounts. Thursday and Friday we will see high temperatures rebound slightly, and the snow will have moved out of our area before then to give us a sunny end to the work/school week. Make sure to follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather for your weather updates, and make sure to bundle up warm all of this week as strong winds will make it feel like the temperature is well below what it actually is.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- This past weekend we experienced some decent weather for this time of year, except for Sunday, when there were cloudy skies throughout the area and a bit of light rain in the evening. The weather is going to be similar throughout the beginning part of our week as well. The clouds are going to hang around in the morning on Monday, but eventually giving way to partly sunny skies. However, early Tuesday we will see clouds quickly build into our area ahead of a system moving in from the Rockies. This system has been dumping snow in the Colorado region, but combined with the warm temperatures in our area, will leave us with rain on Tuesday and a marginal chance for severe thunderstorms according to the Storm Prediction Center. This means on Tuesday we can expect rain and possibly damaging winds/wind gusts. Wednesday the temperature will drop throughout the day, giving us the chance for a mix of wintry precipitation later in the afternoon and into the evening hours, but that chance is light. Your work week wraps up with partly to mostly sunny skies for your Thursday and Friday, and for the weekend as well. For more weather updates, make sure to follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather.
With the above average temperatures this week, it has felt more like fall than it has winter. However, the skies have been relatively dreary for the past few days, and that is going to continue into next week. Today we've started out with dense fog around the area which will start to clear throughout the morning, allowing for peaks of sunshine to come through today. Throughout Friday though, and mainly Friday evening we will see clouds move into the area. These clouds will stick around for your Saturday, but we will make it up to 63 degrees for a high (shorts weather). Both Friday and Saturday we will see the chance for some scattered rain showers, but they will be light. Our best chance for rain will be late Sunday evening and early Monday morning as a cold front approaches our area. This weekend will feel like a typical British day! We will see a shift in high temperatures the start of final exam week. Monday will be cloudy and only make it up to 50 degrees and high temperatures will continue to drop from there, where we will eventually drop to a high of 40 degrees on Thursday (which is average for this time of year). Make sure to take advantage of any nice weather you can, and hopefully all you Ball State students do well on your final exams!
We had a fantastic weekend for weather with sunny skies and warm temperatures, and although the sunshine won't be as abundant this week, we will have plenty of warm temperatures. Overnight on Monday clouds will continue to build in the area and fog will continue to develop throughout the morning, so expect to wake up to patchy dense fog on Tuesday morning. The fog will clear up Tuesday morning allowing for partly sunny skies. Wednesday the clouds will start to build back in as low pressure moves through the area, we will see a scattered rain chance for well. Thursday the sun will reappear and we will have partly sunny skies for Friday as well, but another low pressure system will start to move through on Friday evening. When we wake up on Saturday morning, expect cloudy skies ahead of a cold front associated with the low pressure. Saturday evening and into Sunday we expect the best chance for rain, around 80%. The rain will persist throughout Sunday afternoon, and Sunday evening a cold front will pass through the Muncie area. When you wake up Monday morning we will drop down to around 38 degrees, but we will see a more average high of 47 degrees.
MUNCIE, IN (Newslink Indiana) -- The weather for the next several days is going to be a bit "boring". All of the exciting weather came earlier in the week with the snow and rain and although meteorological winter began on December 1st, the weather won't feel that way for the upcoming 7 days. Today clouds will continue to linger around with fog sticking around until about midday. The afternoon though we should see those clouds start to clear up and we will make it up to about 43 degrees today. Friday night the skies should continue to clear as high pressure builds in the area. Saturday and Sunday are going to be mirror images of each other and the high pressure will continue to stick around. We will see sunny skies for both days and highs of 50 and 51 respectively. Late Sunday clouds will start to make their way back into the area and we will experience partly sunny skies on Monday. As the high pressure moves off to the east, clouds will continue to build in the area leaving us with mostly cloudy conditions for the middle of next week and highs will be in the upper 40s hovering around 50 degrees with a slight chance for rain on Wednesday and Thursday. Get out and enjoy the weekend as there won't be too many like them in the upcoming future!
MUNCIE, IN (WCRD Weather) — As winter weather preparedness week comes to an official close on Saturday, just in time for our first potential snowfall of the year, it is important to remind ourselves about how to stay safe when we have to go out into the elements. From how to stay safe with your vehicle, to dressing in layers, and treating/preventing cold related injuries, there is a lot to keep in mind before braving what Indiana winters can throw at us. Forecasters Balint Szalavari, Caleb Saylor, and Ethan Rosuck help to guides us through the steps we need to take to stay safe.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- This week we have experienced a mixed bag of weather. Rain and warmth one day and sunny and cool skies the next. However at least for the start of your weekend those clear skies won't be sticking around. As a system moves in from our west, it'll bring with it cloudy skies late on Friday, when we will see a high of 47. Saturday those clouds will persist, but we will have cooler temperatures with the possibility of our first snowfall of the season as we will see a rain/snow mix persist throughout the day. Snow accumulation, if any, will be less than 1 inch and the snow won't stick around for long. Sunday that system will move off to the east giving us clear skies, but cold Canadian air will have moved on overnight, so we will only make it up to 30 degrees for your Sunday high. The start of the work week we will start to see temperatures on the rise. We will have clear skies and a high near 40 degrees on Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday we'll see mostly sunny skies. Thursday we will see partly sunny skies, and a 20% chance of rain with a high of 54 degrees.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Summer will feel like a distant memory today here in Muncie. Temperatures will only make it into the mid 40s and we will experience winds at 20-25 mph with gusts near 40 at times, however skies will be mostly clear. So, if you are headed outside today, make sure to put on those jackets and scarves before you step out the door. Saturday we will experience clear skies, but will only make it up to 50 degrees. The jet stream will start to shift on Sunday, allowing warmer air from the south start to make its way into our area. We will see clear skies and a high of 59 degrees. Monday, the clouds will start to roll back in throughout the day, and we have a 20% chance of rain, likely in the evening, and we will be around 61 degrees. Tuesday we'll make it up to 61 degrees, but expect rain showers throughout the day on Tuesday. Wednesday should be similar to Tuesday, but there is a chance for a thunderstorm on Wednesday afternoon. Thursday we will see mostly cloudy skies and a 40% chance for rain and a high near 58. After the rain has stopped, we may see anywhere from 0.5-1.0 inches of rain accumulation by Thursday.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Temperatures have been well above average the past couple of days with highs in the lower to mid 70s. However, temperatures will drop down to near average for this time of year. We had a cold front move through Thursday evening and Friday morning bringing with it about 0.22 in of rain here in Muncie and leaving us with cooler temperatures. Expect temperatures to be in the upper 50s throughout Friday afternoon and have mostly cloudy skies. Saturday we will see the clouds start to break up and we will reach a high of only 53 degrees. Overnight Saturday and into Sunday high pressure will move into our area giving us clear skies on Sunday, but we will only reach around 50 degrees. Skies will continue to be clear into Monday and we will see temperatures begin to increase where we will reach a high of 54 degrees. Tuesday and Wednesday we will see clouds start to make their way back into our area with highs around 60 degrees. Overnight Wednesday and into Thursday we will see mostly cloudy skies with a chance for rain on Thursday with only a high of 55 degrees.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- This past week we have had frightening weather. We've seen rain, we've seen cold temperatures, but the upcoming 7 days will be on the up! As high pressure moves out of the area, a low pressure system that is haunting Texas with rain will start to creep into our area. Saturday will see cloudy skies with a high near 54 degrees. There is a chance for some rain in the afternoon and early evening hours so if you plan to head out to watch the Ball State Cardinals put in a FANGtastic performance against UMass and/or plan to enjoy some trick-or-treat festivities with the kids, you may want to carry an umbrella with you. Throughout Sunday we will reach a high near 62 degrees and see cloudy skies with the possibility of rain showers throughout the day, the best chance coming earlier in the day. The weather for the start of the week will have you doing the Monster Mash with temperatures near 67 degrees. On Tuesday we will see mostly sunny skies and a high of 70 degrees. Wednesday and Thursday we will see clouds start to make their way into our area with highs in the upper 60s.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- This past week we have seen above average temperatures with highs making it into the lower 70s. However, that will change as we see an area of low pressure slowly make its way east into the Muncie area Friday night. The high for Friday and Saturday will continue to stay in the lower 70s, but along that is the chance for rain showers throughout most of Saturday and even the possibility of a few thunder storms. Behind the system is cooler temperatures that will enter the region on Sunday with a high of only 61 degrees, but the skies will have cleared for the most part giving you a mostly sunny end to the weekend. Monday we will continue to see clear skies with a high around 62 degrees. The skies on Tuesday will begin to cloud up as another front will make its way into our area from the northern plains. There will be a chance for rain on Tuesday night, but is likely for Wednesday when we could see anywhere from half an inch to 1 inch of rain fall between Tuesday night and the end of the rain on Wednesday and highs will be in the lower 60s. Wednesday evening the rain should move out of the area and we will see partly sunny skies on Thursday with only a high around 55 degrees. Make sure to check back here for weather updates and follow us on twitter @NLIWeather.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Over the past 24 hours we have seen a change in temperature thanks to cool, Canadian air making its way into our area. Friday we will only make it up to 59 degrees and overnight we will drop down to a chilly 32 degrees, so make sure you close those windows tonight before drifting off to sleep. Saturday will have partly sunny skies early and we will only make it up to about 50 degrees by kickoff of the Ball State Football game and overnight those clouds will clear out and temperatures will drop to a chilly 27 degrees, so don't be surprised if you see frost on the ground the next couple mornings. Sunday afternoon we will see clear skies with a high around 55 degrees. Monday and Tuesday we will see clear skies again and more fall like temperatures with highs in the Mid to upper 60s. Wednesday we'll see mostly clear skies with a high around 69 degrees, but Thursday beings partly cloudy skies and your next chance for rain, although slight, with a high of 66 degrees.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- Happy Friday and last day before fall break! This past week we have experienced wonderful weather, but what a difference 24 hours makes. We had a cold front move through early this morning which brought scattered rain and cooler temperatures. We will only reach a high of 64 degrees today and will experience winds around 10-15 mph, so you may want to carry a a jacket with you. Saturday we will only make it up to around 65 degrees, but we will see clear skies. Sunday and Monday we will get up to the low to mid 70s before another cold front moves through. As a result, we will drop down to around 65 degrees for Tuesday before climbing back up to around 70 degrees for Wednesday and Thursday with mostly clear skies. Make sure to check back here for your weather updates and give the weather team here a follow on Twitter @NLIWeather
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- This past week we have experienced more fall like temperatures with daily highs only making it to the low to middle 60s. This is thanks to cold, Canadian air that moved into our area. Over the weekend we will see most cloudy skies, there is about a 40% chance of rain in Muncie late in the afternoon, this is due to hurricane Joaquin moving north along the east coast of the United States and pushing all of the precipitation currently located there towards our area. So if you are headed out to the Ball State homecoming football game, make sure you keep an eye toward the sky. After Saturday we will see high temperatures closer to average. With the start of our work week we will see highs in the 70s with partly sunny skies and we may even hit 75 degrees by Thursday.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- TGIF! I am weather forecaster Caleb Saylor. We have had unseasonably warm temperatures this past week with highs hovering around 80 degrees. We will see a temperature drop thanks to a system located in the southeast United States moving into our area over the weekend. This system is going to bring with it cloudy skies on Saturday and Sunday, with the possibility of rain Saturday afternoon. Sunday evening there will be a Supermoon Lunar Eclipse, with a maximum eclipse occurring around 10:47pm and we should have relatively clear skies for that event! After that system moves out we will see a couple days of warmer weather, highs in the upper 70s and the low 80s, but another system will start to make its way east into our area on Wednesday, which will keep us cooler and we'll see generally cloudy skies with the chance of rain. Thanks for logging on to NewsLink Indiana, and make sure to follow us on twitter at @NLIWeather, and like us on Facebook.
MUNCIE, IN (NewsLink Indiana) -- If you were up early this morning, you probably saw some rain showers and heard a bit of thunder. All of this ended around noon time, but it will be short lived. We have a weather system moving through late Friday night through the Saturday noon hour bringing with it rain showers and the possibility of thunderstorms. These are not expected to be severe. Sunday through Thursday will be very similar to this past week and temperatures drop to the low 70s during the day, but by the end of the week will work their way up to the upper 70s and 80 degrees is not out of the question.