A trough will move through the upper Great Lakes over the next 24 hours. The resultant low pressure and cold front will pass through Central Indiana tonight cooling temperatures off for Wednesday. Rain will be periodic today with multiple rounds throughout the day. Storms will be embedded within the precipitation that will be capable of heavy rain due to the anomalous precipitable water and very high dew points for this time of the year. Muncie can expect temperatures to warm into the mid 70’s this afternoon but expect it to remain mostly cloudy when it is not raining.
A slight risk has been issued by the SPC and we will continue to watch the evolution of the variables this morning. The numerical models have bounced around with solutions and at this moment there is no clear agreement. The best region for severe development will be closer to the base of the trough near SW Michigan/NW Indiana.
We will continue to keep you posted throughout the day! Chirp chirp.