Good morning everyone! In the pre-dawn hours, dense fog and misty conditions were experienced over much of the area. As of 8:30 am this morning much of that fog has burned off and has given way to partly to mostly cloudy skies for the rest of this morning with a temperature of 45°F and very light East breeze at 3 mph. This will lead way to yet another nice, warm, mild March day with highs likely getting into the 60’s.
The evening might be something to watch out for as confidence is almost more that certain that rain will fall tonight, rainfall totals cannot be determined as of yet. Oh yes, there is a small outside chance of a rumble of thunder for early tonight as a warm front advances into the area. It is highly unlikely that this event will contain any strong or severe storms here in Muncie and surrounding areas. however, severe weather is likely for parts of southern Indiana from a line from Vincennes to Columbus line points south. We’ll keep an eye on the situation if this trend were to happen to shift to the north. As of now this will be nothing more than a good ole fashioned rain event.
-CWS Forecaster- Ben Waggoner