NASA (JPL) An Asteroid will come close to shaving the atmosphere surrounding Earth on March 5th. The 100-foot asteroid (about the size of a basketball court), is estimated to buzz the earth at about 11,000 miles away. However, scientist are not exactly sure how close it will get. They do say that there is a not a risk of the asteroid actually entering the Earth’s atmosphere. The asteroid is called: near-Earth asteroid 2013 TX68. Scientists think the near-Earth object that exploded over the Russian city of Chelyabinsk in February, damaging buildings and injuring more than 1,000…
Warmer than average winter means sap is already flowing for some syrup producers
After a warm weekend, bitter cold air returns next week
BIG difference this year compared to last 2 winters
Temperatures reached all-time highs while you were probably asleep
Spring’s moving closer and you’ll notice the changes in sunrise/sunset times and temps this month.
The story of our favorite rodent and his forecast accuracy.
Snow stays west, milder than average air remains in place here
Another winter storm is barreling toward the Midwest
Several people reported hearing booms, especially on the south and southwest sides of Fort Wayne Saturday.
We’re expecting to see rain in the Fort Sunday. Most of you will see a quarter of an inch of rain or less.
Good outside weather…but, not very winter-like
We’re tracking a warm weekend in the Fort!
Some thought it was an earthquake
We are still tracking some snow showers that will arrive in the afternoon today (Thursday).
Amounts in much of the area will only be a half-inch or less.
How to find a rare light show in the sky.
Season-to-date Fort Wayne is above average with respect to precipitation
You may want to thank meteorologists for keeping you safe in storms.
Some interesting facts about the seemingly low snow totals we’ve received season-to-date.