Maria has weakened again to a category 2 hurricane and is moving north around 9 mph. Maria is forecast to continue weakening slowly as it moves to the north. Later this week, Maria will encounter an upper-level weather system that should force it to curve out into the Atlantic before impacting land.
Saturday marked the 3rd consecutive day of temperatures above 90° in Fort Wayne.
Maria continues as a category 3 hurricane.
We should be in the lower 70s for this time of year.
The 9th Annual Safety Fair is Saturday at Jefferson Pointe behind the movie theater.
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We’ll ring in the first few days of fall with unseasonable warmth.
A northerly track is expected over the next several days.
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Massive strom Maria strikes Puerto Rico today.
We are likely to see some fog Wednesday morning all around our NewsChannel 15 counties.
Heaviest rainfall of the month so far fell today across the area.
There are still three named systems in the Atlantic Ocean.
Don’t put away the shorts yet. More warm temperatures are expected through the end of the month.
Tonight’s storms could pack a little punch, but they won’t be severe.
Temperatures are forecast to be nearly 15° above average for the official change-of-seasons on Friday!
There are now (again) three named storms in the Atlantic.
It is now a category 1 hurricane with winds around 80 mph.
There are several big events happening in Fort Wayne this weekend, and the weather couldn’t be better!
A warm mid-September Friday night is coming our way.