Happy December and happy meteorological winter! While astronomical winter doesn’t begin until December 21st (when the earth is farthest from the sun and we see the shortest day of the year), meteorological winter begins today. Meteorologists refer to December, January, and February as “winter” because this is when we typically see the coldest weather of the year. In the month of December, we see some big changes take place with our typical temps. During the beginning of the month, highs are usually in the lower 40s and lows in the upper 20s. As we ring in the New Year, highs…
Tune in Friday for details about what to expect this winter.
Arctic express is confirmed in new outlook
Rain is back in the forecast for Thursday, but it will not be an all day event. Scattered showers will start to arrive for the morning commute and linger through the lunch hour, so make sure to grab the umbrella as you head out the door.
Huge changes over the next week will bring big temperature drops and maybe some snow.
This pleasant late November evening offers the chance to see the International Space Station pass by overhead.
Temperatures are expected to be more typical for this time of year.
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Days will get shorter starting this week.
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More on objects from outer space which have entered our solar system this week for the first time in recorded history.
The highest temperature so far today in Fort Wayne has been 51, from the middle of the night. We may get close again before, … More »
The new 8 to 14-day outlook has temperatures above average to begin the first month of winter.
For the first time this month we are forecasting a dry weekend! There will be clouds late this evening and Saturday morning with the … More »
Surprisingly warm temperatures by afternoon Friday
No weather worries for your feast tonight!
A very cold forecast for the early morning run.
Smooth-sailing for one of the busiest travel days of the year.
There’s a cold night coming for this annual Fort Wayne tradition. But, no other weather worries are expected.
This year won’t be quite as warm as it has been.