Early last week much of the southwestern United States experienced record high temperatures near 120 degrees. This heat could become more prevalent in the area in the coming years as climate change continues to affect weather patterns on the global scale. Dr. David Hondula is a scientist at Arizona State University and studies the impact on humans and heat. He had a very interesting tweet last week about the heat and Climate Change. Interesting #climatechange case study. What will change more quickly, plane technology or frequency of “too hot” days? #2daysof2hot2fly Heat waves like these are becoming more common and there…
High temperatures in the 60s are abnormal for late June.
If you’ll be heading to one of our area lakes today, expect pleasant weather.
Shouldn’t all the extra sunlight in June make that the hottest month?
A comfortable day to be outside – just the chance for a passing sprinkle.
As expected, after our soggy morning, the day’s rain and thunderstorms moved out during the afternoon. The Fort Wayne International Airport received a record amount of rainfall for the date.
Heavy rainfall has made flooding a concern for parts of our area today.
While rain is in Friday’s forecast, the positive news for the Friday Nites Live concert this week is that all of the day’s rainfall is expected to have moved out of the area by the time the concert begins at 6:30 pm.
We’ve already been at or above 90° five days so far this year.
After rain moved through June 20th, beautiful rainbow views were spotted across the region.
This week (June 18-14, 2017) is National Lightning Safety Awareness Week.
Seeing as June 20th is officially the last day of spring, we figured it would be a good time to look back at the spring of 2017.
Summer officially begins early Wednesday morning
WANE Weather Fans, Tuesday is the big day! We told you back in April that the United States Postal Service was set to release a unique stamp commemorating the Total Solar Eclipse of the Sun set to take place on August 21st.
Why a sunny morning can turn into a stormy afternoon.
It’s often helpful to compare different forecast models.
Temperatures and humidity will be both be lower.
The best window for severe storms is 2 AM – 6 AM
Strong and severe storm potential remains in the forecast from Saturday night into Sunday morning
Scattered storms through much of the weekend.