There’s a cold night coming for this annual Fort Wayne tradition. But, no other weather worries are expected.
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The first round of rain from an incoming weather system is on track for its late night Friday arrival between 10 pm and midnight. Once the rain gets going, it will continue with few interruptions through the day on Saturday. You can expect periods of heavy rain from morning into the afternoon.
This week’s football games will feel much different than last week’s. If you were outside for those games, you know it was a COLD 4 quarters. Temperatures were in the mid-20s with wind chills in the teens!
The annual Leonid Meteor Shower will peak this year during the mornings of November 17 and 18 (Friday and Saturday). Cloud cover may disrupt peak viewing from midnight to dawn on both days and Saturday also carries the chance of rain.
With Wednesday’s forecast carrying a 90% probability of precipitation, rain will pretty much be unavoidable across the area on Wednesday.
There’s no change to our forecast for a rain-free Tuesday. But, rain’s still set to make a return Wednesday.
Sunshine will be around, but conditions will be cold, for this year’s Fort Wayne Veterans Day Parade.
Our Friday kicks off with fall’s coldest morning so far ((temps near 20°)) and we end up with our lowest high temp since March by the afternoon ((only in the low 30s)).
A cold front comes through Thursday afternoon, bringing an increase in cloud cover and a slight chance of a rain shower or snow flurry.
The morning low for “hump day” is likely to, at least, tie our lowest temp of the fall season so far.
The National Weather Service has issued its preliminary report on Sunday’s long-track tornado that developed near Eaton, traveled NE through Jay County and, then, into Ohio. The tornado brought significant damage to Celina before dissipating.
Our severe weather threat is ending after a day filled with storm damage and flooding.
As playoff football games continue across the region here in early November, the weather is going to cooperate.
For as warm as the month started out being, our end of the month cold snap prevented us from experiencing Fort Wayne’s warmest October on record.
With a high temperature of only 42° this Halloween, we were 16° colder than our average high for this date of 58°. What’s interesting is that, out of the past 6 Halloweens, half have had highs only in the 40s.
We’ll be much less windy for trick-or-treating on Tuesday.
As of earlier this Sunday afternoon, the remnants of what was once Tropical Storm Philipe dissipated, becoming unorganized out over the Atlantic, off the southeastern coast of the US.
Last chances to enjoy the Halloween fun at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo come on Saturday and Sunday
It’s the coldest Friday night football forecast of 2017.