Randolph County, IN Weather
The current weather report for Randolph County IN, as of 3:53 AM EDT FRI OCT 22 2021, has a sky condition of Overcast with the visibility of 10.00 miles. It is 52 degrees fahrenheit, or 11 degrees celsius and feels like 51 degrees fahrenheit. The barometric pressure is 30.01 - measured by inch of mercury units - and is falling since its last observation. The humidity is 83 percent with a dew point of 46.9 degrees fahrenheit that is steady since the last report. Wind direction is NorthWest at 5 miles per hour, gusting at 7 mph. Sunrise is at 7:56 AM and Sunset is at 6:50 PM. The moon phase is a Waning Gibbous Moon. The forecast for Today is A chance of sprinkles between 1pm and 3pm, then a slight chance of drizzle after 3pm. Cloudy, with a steady temperature around 48. North northwest wind around 6 mph becoming light and variable in the afternoon. Saturday has an expected forecast of Partly sunny, with a high near 59. West wind 5 to 9 mph. Thank you for listening to the weather report from LocalConditions.com!
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Feels Like 47°F 8.3°C
|Humidity 92%||Wind NW 3 MPH Gusts 8|
|Dew Point 46°F||Ceiling N/A|
|Solar Rad 0 w/m2|
|Barometer 30.01 in. 762.3 mm - Steady|
|Report from 12.2 miles SSW of central Randolph County at 4:47 AM Fri, Oct 22, 2021|
|Good time to be outside.|
|Morning Twilight||7:31 AM|
|Evening Twilight||7:17 PM|
|Thu's High Temperature: 96 at Zapata Tx And 8 Miles Southeast Of Pharr Tx And Falcon Lake Tx|
|Thu's Low Temperature: 10 at Angel Fire Nm|
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Randolph County, IN 14 Day Weather
Short Range Forecast Discussion NWS Weather Prediction Center College Park MD 410 AM EDT Fri Oct 22 2021 Valid Fri Oct 22 2021 - Sun Oct 24 2021 ...A trio of Pacific storm systems to produce copious amounts of rain and mountain snow in the Northwest and California this weekend... ...Severe storms possible in parts of the Southeast; Moderate to heavy rain and severe thunderstorms expected in the Central Plains Saturday in association with a developing low pressure system... ...Cooler than average in the Midwest and along the West Coast; Above normal temperatures persist in the Central and Southern Plains; more seasonal temperatures to return to the Intermountain West and Northeast... The first in a barrage of Pacific cyclones is making for a wet, dreary, and in some cases gusty start to the day in the Pacific Northwest. Some locations containing burn scarred areas, however, do remain susceptible to potential flash flooding, rapid runoff, and debris flows. A Marginal Risk for Excessive Rainfall remains in place for burn scarred areas of the northern Sierra Nevada today. The storm weakens as it tracks further inland today and reaches the northern Rockies tonight. This allows for areas of valley rain and mountain snow to transpire with light accumulations. Precipitation remains a welcome sight for the drought stricken areas of the Intermountain West and West Coast, and a second storm system will usher in more beneficial rainfall to the Pacific Northwest on Saturday. Similar to today's storm, rainfall rates could be excessive at times and burn scarred areas could contend with rapid runoff and debris flows. This has led to the issuance of another Marginal Risk for those at-risk areas of Northern California and southwest Oregon on Saturday. By Saturday night, a rapidly intensifying Pacific cyclone directing a powerful atmospheric river squarely at the West Coast delivers a fire hose of rich subtropical moisture into California. Snow levels will be low enough to blanket the Sierra Nevada in heavy snow on Sunday while prolonged periods of rain soak the coast and valleys of northern and central California. This impressive atmospheric river will result in heavier rainfall amounts and in a shorter time span, leading to more flash flooding and debris flow concerns for burn scarred areas of California. In response, a Slight Risk has been issued for much of Northern California on Sunday. Further east, a cold front draped along the East Coast may trigger additional thunderstorms in parts of the Southeast today. Some thunderstorms could be severe, especially in eastern North Carolina. Heavy showers and strong thunderstorms are also possible out ahead of the front in South Florida. Meanwhile, an organizing area of low pressure in the Southern Plains will become a focus for strong-to-severe thunderstorms overnight. By Saturday, an upper level impulse exiting the Rockies provides a boost in the development of the Southern Plains frontal system and in doing so, generating a larger swath of showers and thunderstorms in the Middle Mississippi Valley. The setup is favorable enough for severe weather that the Storm Prediction Center has issues a Slight Risk on Saturday for northeast Kansas. By Sunday morning, widespread showers and thunderstorms will extend from the central Plains to the Lower Great Lakes. Temperature regimes will be clearly depicted thanks to a pair of frontal systems east of the Rockies. Temperatures north of a quasi-stationary boundary draped from the northern High Plains to the Ohio Valley may feel more like early November with departures averaging nearly 10 degrees below normal both Friday and Saturday in the Midwest. Frost Advisories and Freeze Warnings are in place from the central Plains to southern Wisconsin for this morning and Friday night. A cold frontal passage in the Northeast and Ohio Valley prompts the return of seasonally cool conditions for these regions. To the South, temperatures are considerably warmer with the warmest anomalies focused in the southern High Plains. Much of the High Plains can expect temps in the 70s but Saturday's highs will eclipse 90 degrees along the Rio Grande in South Texas and widespread 80s in Texas and Oklahoma. The combination of dry and hot conditions as well as increasingly gusty winds promotes favorable fire weather conditions Saturday, and thus an Elevated Risk has been issued in the SPC's Fire Weather Outlook. Along the West Coast, the persistent onshore flow and unsettled weather pattern looks to keep temperatures below normal to close out the week and throughout the weekend. Daily high temperature anomalies are likely to range between 10 and 20 degrees below normal across much of California. Mullinax Graphics are available at https://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/basicwx/basicwx_ndfd.php
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