Mostly clear skies will set the stage for a cold start to Tuesday.
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For the month overall, we’re currently running better than 9° above average.
While, most of the rain and storm activity will stay to our north today and tonight, there is a chance some storms may be strong when they move into our area.
Nate made second landfall near Biloxi, MS overnight.
With sunshine this afternoon, temperatures well above average thanks to a gusty south wind, and increasing humidity, instability will build ahead of an approaching cold front.
Nate is now forecast to make landfall as a category 2 hurricane.
Many leaves began changing earlier than average this season, but slowed or stopped. Peak foliage this fall is expected to be right around when we normally see it but may not last long.
It will likely become Tropical Storm Nate overnight.
This morning was the coldest since May 8th!
A look back at the weather we’ve had for the event over the past 5 years.
Saturday marked the 3rd consecutive day of temperatures above 90° in Fort Wayne.
We should be in the lower 70s for this time of year.
Fort Wayne pools are closed but area splash pads and places like The Deck are still open.
We’ll ring in the first few days of fall with unseasonable warmth.
With sunshine, a southerly breeze, and the jet stream well to our north, temperatures will soar on Thursday. Many places will be 15° above … More »
Temperatures are forecast to be nearly 15° above average for the official change-of-seasons on Friday!
It is now a category 1 hurricane with winds around 80 mph.
The local winery came out on top in a recent USATODAY poll.
43 different food vendors will be at this year’s event.
Local orchards are gearing up for some busy weeks ahead.