Temperatures are surging! Highs temperatures were well below average to begin May but are transitioning now to well above average. This week high temperatures should be in the lower 70s, but our highs this week compare more to late June and early July average temperatures. You can see at the end of the week temperatures will adjust to much more typical May weather.
With a stretch of 80º days coming this week, we’re getting an early dose of summer!
The Live Doppler 15 Fury Storm Team will be visiting areas Walgreens.
Temperatures will climb above average for the holiday.
Day 4 of the Fort Wayne Music Festival brings even more hours of music to the stage.
Longer days and more direct sunshine increase your chance of getting burned.
Weather for Friday night’s concerts will cooperate nicely.
Some areas had well over an inch of rain since yesterday.
The second night of the Fort Wayne Music Festival brings acts like Aaron Carter and Nappy Roots to northeast Indiana.
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Night 1 of the Fort Wayne Music Festival will soon be here. All the music and fun starts on our Wednesday night.
Heaviest rain south of Fort Wayne.
Flood waters continue to recede. Only 1 river, the St. Marys at Decatur, remains at moderate flood stage with a height of 19.8′. Flood stage is 17.0′.
Most people think it’s safe to plant their summer garden plants in early May
All area rivers that are under Flood Warnings have stopped rising
A Freeze Warning is in effect for most of our area through 8AM Monday.
Analysis of current and forecast river levels with flood stages
The lawn may still be a bit too wet today after all of the recent rainfall.
Here’s a soggy statistic for you: 9 of the past 10 days have seen measurable rainfall.
Up to another 1″ of rain is possible for parts of our area today.