We shattered the daily rainfall record in Fort Wayne yesterday with 2.35″ of liquid in the gauge at Fort Wayne International Airport. While we won’t see that much rain today, we’ll still be adding to the gauge, which is not good for areas already seeing flooding. Rain will be more widespread and steadier this morning before becoming more scattered this afternoon. Rain should taper from west to east. By this evening, we’re expecting an additional 0.25″-1″ of rainfall throughout the area, with the heaviest totals likely from Fort Wayne eastward. Some locally higher amounts will be possible as we expect…
As we wrap up this Thursday, here’s a look at the most recent rainfall totals that have come in for the date.
Moderate flooding is expected on many area rivers through the weekend.
Flood potential exists with more rain set to fall as we finish out the week
Up to 3 inches possible next 36 hours.
While Wednesday offers a break from rain chances, we won’t be so lucky on Thursday.
Winds of up to 45 mph through the area.
This post includes a video depiction of the different satellites circling the Earth and an explanation of just what the satellites are studying on the planet.
A center of low pressure moves toward the area over the next 12 hours.
This weekend we saw very heavy rain and some strong wind gusts, but no warnings ever came out.
Flooding possible through Monday thanks to rounds of rain and storms.
Saturday night’s line of storms is approaching the area.
Grab the ponchos and rain boots before you head down to Parkview Field – we’ll have rain and a few thunderstorms moving through the … More »
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Several inches of rain possible for our area through early next week.
If you love looking up at the sky to find cool clouds and cloud formations, you’ll be interested to read NASA’s latest report about noctilucent clouds.
Winds continue to gust to over 50 mph in some locations.
Here are some of our favorite Facebook photos from tonight’s storms.
Below average temperatures expected to begin the month of May.
Warmth streams in from the south and boosts our afternoon temperatures to around 15° above average.