We won’t be breaking any records this year with highs in the lower 40s.
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You’ll hear us remind you to change those smoke detector batteries when we ‘spring forward.’ It’s also important to change out the batteries of you weather radios to make sure they’re in tip-top shape for severe weather season.
Temperatures dropped down to 20° this morning in Fort Wayne.
Daylight Saving Time begins at 2AM Sunday.
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A wind gust of 51 mph was recorded at Fort Wayne International Airport early Sunday morning.
If we cross the 4″ threshold for the month tonight, that could make this February one of the top 5 wettest on record in Fort Wayne.
The event raised money for Hoosier Burn Camp and the Great Lakes Burn Camp.
The space at the Jackson R. Lehman Family YMCA was designed for adults and children with sensory processing conditions.
The new coffee shop will be located off of Dupont Road between Diebold and Tonkel Roads.
Precipitation of 1″-3″ and highs in the upper 60s may set new daily records in Fort Wayne.
A storm system could bring some flooding to parts of our area Monday-Wednesday.
Warmer and wetter than average weather is likely for the remainder of February, but will it last through spring?
Our area saw freezing rain and sleet Sunday morning instead of snow. Here’s why.
Folks will be “freezin’ for a reason” today at Metea Park with some scattered snowflakes possible.
Still a tricky forecast with a sharp cutoff likely between heavier and lighter snow totals.
Snow totals range from a dusting to 3″
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