The outlook for Friday Night Lights will not be the best we’ve seen this season. In fact, we are seeing a high likelihood of rainfall through the evening. There is a chance of more heavy rain as well. These rainfall totals could be well over 2″ total through our northern counties which were hit pretty hard with heavy rain Wednesday and Wednesday night. This forecast will stay quite soggy through Saturday, but look for some vast improvements by Sunday and early next week with sunshine and temperatures which should be back into the 70s.
Another 0.5″-1″ of rain may be possible over the next few days.
Clouds, showers and storms possible with much cooler temperatures as pattern won’t change for several days.
Captured by NASA’s GPM (Global Precipitation Measurement) satellite, click this post to watch an animation of all the rain fell across the U.S. from May – August.
Scattered rain and clouds will enter the forecast and temperatures will drop.
This popular annual event happening in Auburn runs through Saturday. Tuesday is Merchants Day and featured events include evening choral performances and a parade.
Temperatures will drop into the mid and upper 40s throughout the area tonight
The best chance for heavier and more organized rain arrives after midnight.
Scattered rain arrives late tonight and continues into midday Monday.
We will enjoy cooler than average temperatures or near-average temperatures for the rest of the week ahead.
If you think it’s been unusually warm this month, you’re right. In fact, this currently ranks as the warmest on record.
WANE-TV is, once again, proud to be a partner in the Allen County Safety Fair. 2016 mark’s the event’s 8th year.
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Be a part of an effort to track the butterfly migration to Mexico. Fox Island Preserve and County Park hosts a special event on Friday and the weather looks good.
Warmer temperatures will be returning
2 storms are currently spotted in the Atlantic with 1 in the eastern Pacific
Warm summer night for a bike ride.
High temperatures remain in the 80s until the weekend. As of this posting, Fort Wayne’s daily average temperatures continue to be more than 3° above average for the month.