Saturday we told you wind gusts would be between 35 and 40 mph Sunday afternoon. As reports roll in, that forecast is panning out with some even stronger wind gusts. Winds have been blowing consistently between 20 and 30 mph for most of the afternoon. Overnight winds will slow down, but they stay gusty til Monday morning. By Monday, winds will be more calm.
Winds could gust up to 45 mph in parts of our viewing area.
According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Indiana is not bearing the brunt of the flu this season.
Rain should be light to moderate throughout the area.
NewsChannel 15’s own Rob Lydick returns to the role of emcee at the Special Olympics Polar Plunge to be held at Metea Park tomorrow (Saturday), February 11, at Noon. Registration begins at 10. This year, the weather isn’t so “polar” for the event.
We are still ‘on track’ for a weekend warm up.
Interesting events set to unfold in the sky Friday night, but they don’t offer a big show for average stargazers.
The National Weather Service announced today that ocean waters in the eastern Pacific have warmed to near-normal levels
Big changes over the next 24 to 36 hours.
Take a look at this list! The highest total comes from Linn Grove in Adams County with Reiffsburg close behind, and located only a handful of miles west of Linn Grove, in Wells County.
Brief heavy snowfall expected through early evening across the area.
Record-breaking rainfall for this date in February fell today. Attention now turns to colder air and snow on the way for Wednesday.
Windy with heavy rainfall still possible into this afternoon.
While it seems many people I’ve crossed paths with in recent weeks have been sniffling, sneezing or coughing – and, seemingly, blaming it on the weather – the reality is things haven’t been so bad around the state of Indiana in recent weeks, as far as the flu goes.
There is a chance of seeing severe weather Tuesday.
We told you there’s a chance for storms Tuesday.
You may have to contend with some wind, but no other weather worries if you’re firing up the grill today.
The week ahead brings warmer air.
We’re now more than halfway through meteorological winter and snow totals are running below average.
Coming off of Fort Wayne’s 9th warmest January on record, you might not be too surprised to learn that Fort Wayne’s winter seasons over the past 45 years have been trending warmer and warmer, although there have been some quite cold years in the mix, too. On the whole, though, the average temperature for the months of Dec., Jan., and Feb. combined has risen 2.7°.