It’s hard to believe that July 4th is right around the corner! But, what weather do we typically see in our area for Independence Day? Average highs are right around 85° Last year was cool with a trace of rain reported at the airport. Back in 2012, we had the hottest Fourth of July on record when temperatures soared to 101° (that was in the middle of a heatwave that lasted July 1-7). This year is looking seasonable with the chance for a few showers and storms, but it should not be a total washout. Hopefully we’ll be dry for…
Many of you have a 4-day weekend planned to celebrate Independence Day
June 2017 went down as a wetter and warmer than average month
The day’s heavy early morning rain was followed by a soaking wet afternoon and evening in Fort Wayne and across the region. Numerous roads … More »
Rainfall amounts up to 2″ as we repeat what happened overnight.
Our work week wraps up with the continued chance at scattered rain and thunderstorms. Keep this in mind if you are thinking about heading to this week’s Friday Nites Live concert featuring the Fort Wayne Funk Orchestra. It’ll be the perfect night to use your WANE Weather App to track the rain around the region.
Severe weather is not expected today. We could see some stronger storms Friday.
High winds and some rapid flooding are possible with the potential for strong and severe storms remaining in our Thursday forecast.
Heavy rainfall is looking more and more likely after midnight Thursday and through much of Friday morning. Rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches … More »
As summer begins, so does fire season in much of the western U.S. The largest active fire in this portion of the country is the Brian Head, Utah, fire which has expanded as large as 49,626 acres so far and is only 9% contained.
Another heat wave may be on the way.
We are well into the Eastern North Pacific hurricane season, as it officially began back on May 15th. Hurricane Dora became the first hurricane of the 2017 Pacific hurricane season on Monday.
Early last week extreme temperatures grounded many planes in the southwestern part of the United States.
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.