The remnants of Post-tropical cyclone Barry have made their way to Muncie. Today we will begin to see the excessive rainfall from the storms and that will carry into tomorrow as a low-pressure system will be over Indiana. Thunderstorms are possible on Wednesday, but we will begin to see some clearing as sunny skies will dominate the following three days. Hot temperatures and light winds will make the heat index even warmer. Those temps will stay in the mid-90’s for a four day stretch and make it dangerous for those who do not hydrate ahead of time.
— Cardinal Weather Service Forecaster Parker Graber —