Temps climb above freezing today, but definitely not as warm as yesterday.
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After a prolonged stretch of below average temperatures, we’ll climb into the 40s today.
The track of the storm will determine how much snow our area will see.
Still lots of uncertainty with this system, but heavier totals will be likely north.
As expected, the heaviest snow totals were north and west of Fort Wayne.
Some updates to the snowfall forecast
Watch out for slick travel during the beginning of the weekend
A storm system moving through the Midwest will bring light snow Friday night into Saturday.
So far, this ranks as one of the wettest years on record in Fort Wayne.
December, January, and February are when we see the coldest weather of the year in Fort Wayne.
No weather worries for your feast tonight!
Smooth-sailing for one of the busiest travel days of the year.
Running nearly 3.5″ above average for the month of November so far.
As expected, 1″-3″ of rain fell throughout our area, leading to some flash flooding.
Flash flooding and flooding along area rivers is a big concern heading into the afternoon/evening.
We’re set to get another satellite upgrade with the launch of JPSS-1, which will be critical for weather forecasting.
Temperatures dropped down into the lower 20s again early Saturday morning.
Damaging winds, flash flooding, large hail, and tornadoes all reported with Sunday’s storms.
Just because we’ve already seen some strong storms today doesn’t mean that we are done.
An approaching weather system will bring the chance for some severe storms on Sunday afternoon and evening, with damaging winds and heavy rain being the biggest threats.