Good afternoon to everyone out there! It has been a rather rainy day up to this point but it looks like the showers will become more scattered than stratiform, constant rain. It is currently 57°F outside as of 11:30AM with light rain falling. The radar has much of the stratiform precipitation to the east of Muncie and there could be a break in the rain in the next couple of hours. Afterwards, scattered showers are still possible, however it should not rain all day for the remainder of today. Roughly over a tenth of an inch of rain has fallen and there is a possibility for up to a quarter to a half of inch of rain total for the day today. The afternoon should be warm, we could get as high as 60°F by 3pm today.
A flood watch remains in effect until 1 am tomorrow morning, however due to the majority of the rain being concentrated to the southern half of the state today, it would not surprise me if watch could expire early here in Muncie or just concentrated to the major rivers.
-CWS Forecaster: Ben Waggoner-