The storms that came early Saturday morning brought several inches of rain to already saturated locations. Willshire in Van Wert County officially saw 3″ of rain, topping our list, and Fort Wayne saw just shy of 1″. That added to an already above-average month in terms of rainfall. The dry days outnumber the wet ones on our July calendar, but when it has rained this month, it has poured. We’re still more than 1 foot above average for water this year, and we’ll keep an eye on how this number continues to grow.
While our Friday evening will remain relatively uneventful weather-wise, don’t let that lull you into a false sense of security.
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This week’s Friday Nites Live forecast is filled with high heat and humidity. Temperatures will be near 90° when the concert starts, but it will feel closer to 100° due to our high humidity levels. So, don’t only bring your lawn chair this week, bring an icy, cold bottle of water, too. And, if you forget, food and drinks are always available at the event.
Showers may be a welcome relief from some parched lawns across the area. Right now, most of our forecast models have moderate rain for … More »
When air temperatures start getting into the 90s combined with a high relative humidity, the air begins to feel much hotter and heavier. Over the next couple of days, temperatures are going to feel like they are in the triple digits, which means heat exhaustion and heat stroke become much more prevalent issues.
As the heat wave continues, here’s a look at statistics on 90 degree day for our area.
Globally, June was a very warm month. In fact, it was the 3rd warmest on record!
Well, I’m sure you’ve seen it and wondered why we talk about it during weather, yep, the UV index. The UV Index is a … More »
When you get the perfect combination of heat and humidity in the air, it helps to make the temperature feel hotter than what it actually is.
New 8 to 14 day-outlook favors near average temperatures
Unfortunately, clouds will interrupt your view of the aurora tonight.
A few storms may be strong later today
It is forecast to remain at hurricane strength until Wednesday and will weaken before reaching Hawaii.
Temperatures are running just slightly below average for the first part of July 2017.
After a week of fun events spread across the city, the annual Three Rivers Festival concludes with its annual Saturday night fireworks finale. While the past week has seen periodic rain and storm chances, there are NO storms expected Saturday night.
An event the contiguous U.S. hasn’t had since 1979 will occur on August 21, 2017.
As we sit here now in mid-July, the annual Friday Nites Live concert series at Jefferson Pointe is halfway complete! Can you believe it? While rain has threatened many of this year’s evening concerts, that won’t be the case this week.
More showers are on the way during the afternoon and evening
With warm, humid air all around us contributing to atmospheric instability, plus a front positioned nearby and sinking south through the area between now and Thursday night, periods of rain and thunderstorms are possible. These storms could very well squeeze out another 1″-3″ of rainfall in some spots as they move through. Everyone should be on alert for potential flooding and torrential downpours with these storms.