Over the past few years, temperatures have generally been in the 80s – or even 90s – on Memorial Day. The year 2012, in fact, saw our warmest Memorial Day on record in Fort Wayne. The following year saw one of the coolest. Memorial Day this year won’t go down in the record books for temperature or precipitation. Highs will be running a few degrees above average, but are not on track to break any records. It will also be a dry day thanks to high pressure anchored over the Midwest. All good news for outdoor activities on Monday -…
Our Memorial Day weekend gets underway tonight with a special sight in the sky. The International Space Station wlll be flying over northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio.
Expect hot and humid conditions to continue with some scattered storms possible.
As many prepare to head off to the lake this holiday weekend, it’s important to remember boating safety.
This development will help weather scientists pin point precipitation size and amount over small and large areas.
Just one day after setting a new high temperature of the year, temperatures climbed even higher. And, we’re not done warming yet!
Postal stamps will honor the discovery of planets in our galaxy
High temps climbed into the mid-80s this afternoon and this summer-like heat will continue the rest of the week.
One more nice evening with low humidity
If you know any kids interested in weather and science, this free and downloadable magazine will be a great item to add to their summer reading lists.
Who doesn’t love a nice sunny afternoon. Most of us have been waiting all year for some nice days to get outside so we can enjoy outdoor activities and not worry about a coat. The good news is those days are here. The not so good news is that being out in the sun increases your risk to get sun burned and ultimately increases your chances of getting skin cancer.
Several days of 80° weather are on the way
Sunshine and warm air are the focus of the 7-day forecast
Light rain moved through the area overnight
Pollution in area waterways makes it unsafe to eat some of the fish you catch and also can make it unsafe to swim. Click to find out how you can monitor conditions across the area.
A nice weekend to put the piers out.
Another sign of spring is on the horizon…the first concert of the year at Jefferson Pointe.
Three-dimensional mapping helps scientists track volcanic ash plumes
With just two weeks left to the month, rising temperatures will help balance out the below average temperatures experienced during the first half of the month.