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5-Day Forecast 2/26‐3/02/2023: Something for Everyone?

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Good Midday, Cardinals! We have an active week ahead with two potentially strong storms in view, but we start this 5-day period phenomenally! We warm up to the mid 50s under light winds & some generous sunshine, but the clouds and shower chances build in overnight (and so should the winds) ahead of our 1st storm of the period. In fact, tomorrow’s winds should run 25-35mph with gusts to 50mph, and that’s even outside of the showers and possible thunderstorms that could be feisty in their own way. We have a marginal (level 1 of 5) risk of severe thunderstorms in Muncie tomorrow for storms that could arrive between 8AM and noon. At this time it appears that there could be some isolated storms that produce damaging wind gusts, but the coverage and strength of that threat may shift with a higher (level 2 of 5) just south of us. (We will be keeping an eye on the possibility that may shift north, that is.)Other than that, tomorrow will feel springlike even behind the storms and before the cold front makes it through (Kind of like last Thursday), with highs reaching the lower and mid 60s. We drop the temps to the mid 40s and raise them again mid week to the 60s as another high pressure system rolls through, only to drop them again ahead & with another storm that might have some potentially messy wintry impacts Thursday night into Friday (Say, WHAT?). We’ll keep our eyes open for how this pattern will evolve as a lot is LITERALLY up in the air (pun intended, as weather of course is the behavior of things in that air of our atmosphere), but in the meantime, enjoy today & stay weather aware tomorrow! Fly safe, Cardinals!!

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