There’s no denying that yesterday was a raw day throughout northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio. Temperatures struggled to climb out of the 40s. Combine that with wind gusts up to 35 mph and it felt like it was in the lower 40s all day long. Raindrops only made things worse. That said, it probably doesn’t come as too much of a surprise to hear that yesterday’s weather is not typical of early October. In fact, our average high should still be right around 68°. Yesterday, Fort Wayne only managed to climb to an even 50°. That tied the old record…
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A chilly day perfect for chili!
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More clouds and even some tropical moisture to move in over the weekend.
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