Thanks to added sunshine our high temperature got an extra boost on Friday!
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Temps will be more than 20° average by late in the day Friday, yet we’ll still be a far cry from the record.
Today, our friends at NASA sent the latest stats on how winter affected sea ice at the North Pole and how the corresponding summer in the southern hemisphere impacted ice at the other end of the planet.
The statewide tornado drill in Ohio takes place on the day following the statewide drill in Indiana.
It’s one of the main events of Severe Weather Preparedness Week. Don’t let this opportunity pass by for your family to practice its severe weather action plan.
“I’m dreaming of a white St. Patrick’s Day”…that’s how the song goes, right?
While February 2017 was Fort Wayne’s warmest on record, the unusual warmth wasn’t just contained to our region. When taking into account temperatures around the globe, it turned out to be the second warmest February, on record, for the planet.
Accumulations here in our area will be light, but much higher amounts will be found to the west.
As of 7 pm Monday night, our current round of snow is set to taper off and end by late night.
A fun event takes place in Wabash at the Asherwood Preserve on Saturday. Layer up, if you plan to attend. It will be a cold morning.
The National Weather Service has published its report about the high winds that occurred on Wednesday, March 8.
Mother Nature sure delivered on her promise of strong, gusty winds across the region today. Wind gusts reached over 60 mph in some spots.
While the day will be sunny and bright, our winds become quite strong on Wednesday
It was a warm winter across most of the country, not just here in northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio.
We’ll be out at the Fort Wayne Home & Garden Show at the Coliseum. Here’s when to come say hi….
Since weather records for the winter season are kept from December 1 through February 28, we can now pass along some interesting stats from the season that was. ((Can you believe it’s already March??))
The big story of the second month of 2017 was all the warmth that was experienced. It ended up being 11.2° above average for the month as a whole and was the warmest February in Fort Wayne’s recorded history.
With our first chances of severe weather occurring at the end of last week, and another chance headed our way this week (late Tue/early Wed), I wanted to post this graphic from the Storm Prediction Center. It provides a great breakdown of the terminology you hear us talk about regarding our severe weather risk level.
With a much colder air mass moving in, temperatures fell throughout the day and gusty winds made it feel like it was only in the 20s and teens.
As Nicholas and Rob mentioned in their Facebook LIVE video earlier tonight, our severe storm threat would be diminishing, while scattered (non-severe) rain and thunderstorms would remain through the evening. Soon after their video concluded, the Severe Thunderstorm Watch in effect for the region was canceled.