Thanks to added sunshine, our high temperature got an extra boost on Friday! We ended up reaching a high of 76° in the afternoon. While we won’t repeat that same level of warmth this weekend, high temperatures will be above average – in the 60s. A number of rain chances will be tracking our way, too. For the latest updates, check out the latest forecast here.
Temperatures are expected to be above average through the start of April.
Temps will be more than 20° average by late in the day Friday, yet we’ll still be a far cry from the record.
Today, our friends at NASA sent the latest stats on how winter affected sea ice at the North Pole and how the corresponding summer in the southern hemisphere impacted ice at the other end of the planet.
A bright star will light up the southern sky.
The statewide tornado drill in Ohio takes place on the day following the statewide drill in Indiana.
A taste of winter Wednesday with much warmer air towards the end of the week.
It’s one of the main events of Severe Weather Preparedness Week. Don’t let this opportunity pass by for your family to practice its severe weather action plan.
Heavy rain targets Fort Wayne and NE Indiana Tuesday morning.
It can sometimes be confusing when we talk about Meteorological Spring vs. the Spring Equinox.
Showers likely for the first day of spring!
In 1925 on this date (March 18), the Tri-State Tornado hit.
Just a few weeks away from more signs of spring in Fort Wayne!
“I’m dreaming of a white St. Patrick’s Day”…that’s how the song goes, right?
Spring floods should not be a problem for the area this year.
Don’t put away the coats just yet. We may see colder conditions through the end of March.
While February 2017 was Fort Wayne’s warmest on record, the unusual warmth wasn’t just contained to our region. When taking into account temperatures around the globe, it turned out to be the second warmest February, on record, for the planet.
Above average temperatures will dominate the spring months according to a new outlook.
Accumulations here in our area will be light, but much higher amounts will be found to the west.
You may be wondering how kind of a ho-hum weather system that moved through our region yesterday is causing areas along the east coast to experience feet of snow.