Tonight we head to the home of Ball State University. It’s not the best school in Indiana (I went to Purdue, that get’s my vote) but it certainly is A school in Indiana
AT 953PM, ET, Muncie was reporting a temperature of 78 degrees with clear skies. Weak flow aloft was interacting with a lot of surface energy and contributing to a weak surface trough over the southern Plains and a of of showers and storms over the center of the country.
A more well defined upper trough over the Canadian prairies and will help develop a system in that area. The weak troughing action over the southern Plains will enhance thanks to this system and kick up more widespread showers and storms over the Lower Ohio Valley. The northern trough is expected to stall, which will cause the entire pattern to stall. The weaker system directed by the one to the northwest will maintain a mostly stationary front through southern Indiana, that will act as a warm front, so stratiform rain, with a few occasionally strong lines of thunderstorms will be possible tomorrow, and after a quiet morning, especially on Sunday evening.
Tomorrow – Rain and a few thunderstorms, High 81, Low 68
Sunday – Clear in the morning, with strong thunderstorms late, High 84, Low 66
NWS: Tomorrow – Scattered thunderstorms, especially in the afternoon. A few storms may be severe High 80, Low 68
Sunday – Variable clouds with scattered thunderstorms. A few storms may be severe High 82, Low 68
AW: Tomorrow – A couple of strong thunderstorms around; warm and humid with clouds and breaks of sun High 86, Low 69
Sunday – Mostly cloudy and humid with a couple of thunderstorms around High 87, Low 72
NWS: Tomorrow – Showers and thunderstorms likely. Mostly cloudy High 84, Low 68
Sunday – Showers and thunderstorms likely. Partly sunny High 85, Low 67
WB: Tomorrow – Thunderstorms likely High 85, Low 70
Sunday – Thunderstorms likely High 85, Low 68
Satellite shows a lot of high clouds for the fine folks of Muncie, as well as the Ball State Cardinals.