Good evening Cardinals! Today we were all blessed with yet another wonderful fall day outside today! Just a touch cooler and a touch more clouds compared to yesterday. A very weak upper-level trough is moving through the area today. Not enough to bring any threat of precipitation to the area. Mainly a field of high to mid-level clouds are observed across the region as of the late afternoon as a result of the advancing trough. This is why that we are 8°F cooler than when we were at yesterday at this point in the day. The clouds will give way towards the evening hours as the weak trough moves its way eastward. Temperatures currently are in the upper 60s to around 70°F across the region, Muncie as of 2:30 pm is checking in at 68°F. We do expect the temperatures not to get any warmer for today as we get closer to the evening hours and the clouds will begin to work its way out of the area. This will set up for a bit of a cooler night than what we had last night and this morning. Quickly dropping into the 50s by 8pm all the way down to the low to mid 40s to start the Friday morning. The winds will continue to remain breezy as high pressure remains to dominate our weather. Winds will mainly be out of the south and west with winds of 10 to 15 mph expected for the rest of today and for majority of the overnight hours. We could at times see gusts up to 20 mph, mainly during the early evening hours today.
-CWS Forecaster: Ben Waggoner-