No matter what you are planning it should be a great night to be outside. Winds will still be very light but will change to the southwest, bringing up a little more humidity. So if you have tickets for the TinCaps tonight, leave the umbrella at home and enjoy the game. It should be a great night to enjoy the outdoors.
With the year just a little more than half-over, here’s a look at how 2017 is stacking up.
Last night’s fireworks shows around the area were breath-taking for the amazing variety they offered!
After some active weather days recently, today was quite calm and uneventful in our Fort Wayne Weather world. With a high temperature of 82°, we ended up only 3° below our average high of 85°.
Even though temperatures will be right on track for a very warm 4th of July, we will get a break as the humidity will … More »
The 4th of July brings many fun outdoor activities like barbecues, time on the lake, parades, and beautiful firework shows to enjoy with family and friends. But did you know that setting off fireworks near local water sources can actually harm the environment, if not cleaned up properly?
The Fourth is looking better and better as we are now not expecting showers to shroud your plans. The latest models show some isolated … More »
There are scattered rain showers and thunderstorms in our Fourth of July forecast.
Average highs on Independence Day are right around 85°
Many of you have a 4-day weekend planned to celebrate Independence Day
June 2017 went down as a wetter and warmer than average month
The day’s heavy early morning rain was followed by a soaking wet afternoon and evening in Fort Wayne and across the region. Numerous roads … More »
Rainfall amounts up to 2″ as we repeat what happened overnight.
Our work week wraps up with the continued chance at scattered rain and thunderstorms. Keep this in mind if you are thinking about heading to this week’s Friday Nites Live concert featuring the Fort Wayne Funk Orchestra. It’ll be the perfect night to use your WANE Weather App to track the rain around the region.
Severe weather is not expected today. We could see some stronger storms Friday.
High winds and some rapid flooding are possible with the potential for strong and severe storms remaining in our Thursday forecast.
Heavy rainfall is looking more and more likely after midnight Thursday and through much of Friday morning. Rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches … More »
As summer begins, so does fire season in much of the western U.S. The largest active fire in this portion of the country is the Brian Head, Utah, fire which has expanded as large as 49,626 acres so far and is only 9% contained.
Another heat wave may be on the way.
We are well into the Eastern North Pacific hurricane season, as it officially began back on May 15th. Hurricane Dora became the first hurricane of the 2017 Pacific hurricane season on Monday.