An approaching weather system will bring us some more clouds later today, but any scattered showers should hold off until closer to this evening and especially overnight tonight. Periods of rain will spread through the area by the time many wake up Monday morning, so grab your rain gear as you head out the door. Periods of rain will likely continue through the lunch hour and into the afternoon. Some rain will be heavy at times with rainfall rates of over 1″/hr possible. Watch out for ponding on roads and localized flooding! Scattered rain will likely continue Monday night before…
The zombies may be scary, but the forecast won’t be!
One of our annual meteor showers is now underway. It’s the Orionid Meteor Shower and its meteors originate in the southeastern sky, by the constellation Orion.
First part of our winter outlook could be rather cold and snowy
With high temperatures nearing 80° earlier in the afternoon, there will still be a good deal of warmth around at varsity kickoff times.
On this date 10 years ago, an EF-3 tornado hit Nappanee. The tornado first developed NW of Bourbon and traveled NE, wavering between an EF-1 to EF-2 strength as it neared Nappanee. It continued farther NE and weakened, eventually lifting before reaching the area near New Paris.
Temperatures continue to climb as we see something that we usually don’t see this time of year.
To date, October 2017 has had 13 days with a high temp at 70° or greater and we’ll add to that tally over the upcoming days.
Autumn may arrive with some cooler air toward the end of the month.
Numerous destructive wildfires continue to burn in California. Click for an update.
Mostly clear skies will set the stage for a cold start to Tuesday.
A cold front came through Fort Wayne earlier in the day Sunday which is why temperatures fell most of the afternoon.
For the month overall, we’re currently running better than 9° above average.
While, most of the rain and storm activity will stay to our north today and tonight, there is a chance some storms may be strong when they move into our area.
The state wants your help in gaining the official recognition as Nikon’s “Top Spot for Fall Foliage”.
The warmest and coldest temperatures for this time of year.
Hurricane Ophelia in the Atlantic Ocean has strengthened to a Category 2 hurricane with winds near 100 mph.
Is this October warming than 2016?
While more days than not have had measurable rain during this month of October, our rainfall total had been running below average. After our Wednesday rain, that’s no longer the case.