This is your last warning to set your clock forward one hour before bed tonight! Daylight Saving Time begins when we skip 2 AM Sunday. You’ll notice the sun rising and setting later right away. This is also a GREAT time to replace the batteries in your NOAA weather radio and in your smoke detector to make sure both keep working properly.
Accumulating snow likely for our area on Monday and Tuesday. Updated snow map on First News Sunday at 8am.
A fun event takes place in Wabash at the Asherwood Preserve on Saturday. Layer up, if you plan to attend. It will be a cold morning.
Bitter cold air will make it feel like early February.
The National Weather Service has published its report about the high winds that occurred on Wednesday, March 8.
Temperatures will be well below seasonal averages for a change over the next week. Highs will be about 15 degrees below average. A ‘clipper’ … More »
Mother Nature sure delivered on her promise of strong, gusty winds across the region today. Wind gusts reached over 60 mph in some spots.
Winds could gust from 45 to up to 60 mph this afternoon.
While the day will be sunny and bright, our winds become quite strong on Wednesday
New satellite imagery helps meteorologists by showing lighting as it happens.
It was a warm winter across most of the country, not just here in northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio.
Gusty thunderstorms possible overnight and early Tuesday
Scattered rain chances are in the forecast Monday with storms possible by Tuesday.
We’ll be nearly 20° warmer this afternoon compared to Saturday.
This morning the entire weather team was out at the Fort Wayne Home and Garden Show.
Before you go to bed next Saturday night, be sure to “spring forward” and set that clock ahead by one hour!
We’ll be out at the Fort Wayne Home & Garden Show at the Coliseum. Here’s when to come say hi….
8 to 14-day outlook has some good news for an early spring forecast.
Since weather records for the winter season are kept from December 1 through February 28, we can now pass along some interesting stats from the season that was. ((Can you believe it’s already March??))
A vicious and early start to tornado season.