This past Sunday bought severe weather throughout the state of Indiana. We saw intense rain, damaging winds, and even had a tornado touchdown in Jay County.
It was a busy day for coverage, and now the clean up process begins. Ball State’s campus even had damage. Several trees were downed across campus, flooded roads all across Muncie, as well as over 7,000 people without power for much of Sunday, with some still without power this Monday,
Thankfully the storms have passed and we are seeing clearing conditions start to set in. Sunshine is finally working its way through the clouds, bring partly to mostly cloudy conditions for today. With Sunday’s cold front passing through, temperatures have dropped drastically. Yesterday saw highs in the lower 70’s while today the high will reach 50 degrees. Winds have also dropped to 5-10 miles per hour.
For tonight, expect partly cloudy skies early. Clouds will build overnight bringing a cloudy Tuesday morning. The overnight low will drop to 39 degrees.