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Showers likely for the first day of spring!
Just a few weeks away from more signs of spring in Fort Wayne!
Forecast models indicate faster arrival of snow…and more of it.
Accumulating snow likely for our area on Monday and Tuesday. Updated snow map on First News Sunday at 8am.
Park Board Commissioners approved a plan that will place on barge on the Saint Mary’s River to aid with a riverbank stabilization project.
According to experts, trees and flowers around the area are running about 2-3 weeks ahead of schedule.
We’ll be nearly 20° warmer this afternoon compared to Saturday.
Before you go to bed next Saturday night, be sure to “spring forward” and set that clock ahead by one hour!
Allison Schmitt will speak at “Healing Our Community with Hope” at the Robert Goldstine Performing Arts Center.
Damaging winds, large hail, and heavy rainfall all reported with the storms that moved through Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
Heavy rain tapering from west to east this morning.
Jessica has been Weekend Sports Anchor/Reporter at WANE since February 2015.
Expect breezy, but brighter, weather for skating downtown today
The upcoming month may start on a mild note, but cooler air looks to follow.
Not as widespread; damaging winds still biggest threat
By the numbers, this will be a stretch to remember.
Erosion along the St. Mary’s River in Headwaters Park and near the Old Fort has been happening at a rate of about 1 foot per year
An approaching cold front will bring the return of rain chances to our forecast tonight, especially after midnight.
Two-thirds of days since December 1, 2016 have had above average temperatures.