Good Morning, fellow human beans, from the Cardinal Weather Nest! Enjoy the sunshine that is gracing our skies and campus here at Ball State, because the southwesterly breezes that will accompany it later will also help warm things up a bit! However, the Arctic is calling and desires to give us a reality check for tomorrow’s forecast. We’re looking at some 20s & blustery conditions as a system from the Arctic & its front swings through overnight tonight, switching our winds to the NW and keeping them gusty as well as bringing in some cloudiness (boo! We liked that sun – it’ll make appearances later on in this forecast, however). There’s the outside chance of a flurry or two in the morning, but the airmass is rather dry & gets drier through the day (so those looking for the “snow globe” look might be dissapointed too). Those clouds look to progressively get some breaks in them as we make our way through the day and night into Saturday, then our winds switch to out of the southwest & things get windy. Both Saturday and Sunday mornings feature the possibility of single-digit or some single-digit below-zero wind chills (especially Friday), but the good news is that we clear out and warm up as we dry out the atmosphere and get some more stable air into the equation. Things get even warmer by the end of the five-day period, and we’re even looking at some 50s by Monday – More than 10 degrees above normal! Typical Midwestern Weather, yeah? Fly safe and fly warm, especially tomorrow, Cardinals!