Arctic ice is melting at a record pace as global temperatures continue to rise. Here are some facts about ice melting in the Arctic from NOAA: Ice extent currently is neck and neck with the record low of 2012, with two months of melting yet to go. The average rate of ice loss during the month of June 2016 was 22,000 square miles. For the first six months, January-June 2016 Alaska was 9 degrees F above average. Alaska’s statewide warming rate of +5.3° F per century is faster than any other state in the Union. Historically, strong El Ninos…
We’re on course later this week to experience Fort Wayne’s highest temperatures since 2013.
Highs in the 90s with heat indices over 100°
We are still tracking the chance for scattered rain and storms
Some much-needed rainfall is possible with an incoming weather system.
It will stay humid and warm for several days before our next break.
Fort Wayne hasn’t even picked up 0.25″ of rain so far this month!
Fort Wayne’s annual Three Rivers Festival comes to a close Saturday night with its Fireworks Finale and the weather is looking quite good this year!
Panfish are the main species biting now, according to Reid Culler from The Angler Inc.
After being rained out the previous 2 years, the country-rock band Sugar Shot will have nice weather for its free concert this time around.
Decatur had several trees down near Bluffton High School that caused damage.
UPDATE: Our severe storm potential has ended across the area. Periods of non-severe rainfall will continue into Thursday morning.
Hot and sticky this evening.
Rainfall amounts varied greatly across the region with the scattered rain we received.
Heat, humidity and scattered storms for afternoon and evening events.
Let’s be honest, though. Some still quite hot days are ahead before this summer’s up. Don’t pull out the sweaters and blankets just yet.
Expect strong thunderstorms on Wednesday
Many of you have been complaining about dry gardens and lawns and asking for some rain.
Even though we are slightly above average for … More »
Low humidity combine with warmer temperatures and very light winds.
The festival started Friday, and we haven’t had any weather delays yet.