Above average or above normal temperatures are expected to continue through the end of the month and may even linger into the first part of October. The new 8 to 14-day outlook has a 40% chance of temperatures which are above normal or above average from September 25 through October 1. The same outlook has slightly above average precipitation for the same period.
Tonight’s storms could pack a little punch, but they won’t be severe.
Temperatures are forecast to be nearly 15° above average for the official change-of-seasons on Friday!
There are now (again) three named storms in the Atlantic.
It is now a category 1 hurricane with winds around 80 mph.
There are several big events happening in Fort Wayne this weekend, and the weather couldn’t be better!
A warm mid-September Friday night is coming our way.
Jose is still be watched as a strengthening storm which will flirt with the east coast.
The Midwest League Championship series continues Thursday night with game 2 at Parkview Field.
It will be a wet and cool end to the day and it may stay that way through the evening as we see the … More »
Bring that poncho with you to the TinCaps game Wednesday night. While not likely to be a rain out, some scattered rain could fall during the game.
New 8 to 14-day outlook promises warmer temperatures for last part of September
As Irma moves farther north over the next couple of days, rain chances increase in northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio.
Irma now has weakened to a tropical storm.
Hurricane Irma is weakening, but weather alerts now extend as far north as North Carolina.
Irma to make second landfall, José track bears watching
Tonight it is expected to begin it’s turn to the north and to strengthen again as it moves over more warm ocean water.
The storm battered Cuba overnight and is now approaching Florida.
Slight shift in track, but still awful for Florida.
Irma continues to churn towards Florida as a devastating storm.