If you are already sick of the cold weather, and more is predicted for this week, then you may be encouraged by the new 8 to 14-day outlook which features temperatures well above normal/average for November 13-19. This warm-up will be after some of the coldest weather so far this season across the area, especially by the end of this week. Precipitation is expected to be slightly below normal/average from November 13-19 according to the new 8 to 14 day outlook. (WPC, NOAA)
Damaging winds, flash flooding, large hail, and tornadoes all reported with Sunday’s storms.
Our severe weather threat is ending after a day filled with storm damage and flooding.
Just because we’ve already seen some strong storms today doesn’t mean that we are done.
An approaching weather system will bring the chance for some severe storms on Sunday afternoon and evening, with damaging winds and heavy rain being the biggest threats.
Confidence is low, but if the ingredients come together, we could see some severe weather in our area by Sunday afternoon.
Heavy rainfall totals from the last 48-hours
As playoff football games continue across the region here in early November, the weather is going to cooperate.
Put the sweater away for a couple of days because mild temperatures are here for a while.
For as warm as the month started out being, our end of the month cold snap prevented us from experiencing Fort Wayne’s warmest October on record.
A warm sector of air will be opened up late Wednesday afternoon and evening with moisture moving in along with a 30-degree turn around … More »
With a high temperature of only 42° this Halloween, we were 16° colder than our average high for this date of 58°. What’s interesting is that, out of the past 6 Halloweens, half have had highs only in the 40s.
A real chill in the air for the ghosts and goblins who will need to wear some extra clothing to keep them warm tonight.
We’ll be much less windy for trick-or-treating on Tuesday.
Fort Wayne’s trick-or-treat hours are from 5:30p-7:30p on Halloween.
As of earlier this Sunday afternoon, the remnants of what was once Tropical Storm Philipe dissipated, becoming unorganized out over the Atlantic, off the southeastern coast of the US.
Daylight Saving Time (DST) ends next Sunday morning at 2AM. Don’t forget to set your clocks back 1 hour!
Tropical Storm Philipe is currently located 50 miles north of Havana, Cuba and is packing winds of 40 mph.
It was a wet end to the work week, with many places picking up around 0.25″ of rain.
Last chances to enjoy the Halloween fun at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo come on Saturday and Sunday