Today’s high temperature in Muncie is only 33. The average high temperature is still in the mid 50’s for this time of year. That means the temperatures today are between 20-25 degrees below average! That is significant cold for this time of year. Today will remain dry as the quick moving snow maker from last night speeds off towards the East Coast. Wind chills are expected to hover in the mid 20’s so a winter coat is necessary.
Tomorrow into tomorrow night we are tracking a potential snow/ice maker as an upper level low develops from the remnant energy of Monday’s system. Upper level lows are very tricky to forecast for as they do not follow “normal” synoptic lows “rule book” and numerical models struggle to pick up on features such as cold air pools and where the rain/snow/ice line will set up. Tomorrow morning should give us a better idea as the system begins to take shape in the ARKLATEX region. For now expect a wintry mix Wednesday night into Thursday.