Excessive heat warnings and advisories are expanding to the east coast today, while the Midwest continues to cook. But we will finally see some relief this week. A weather system will come in from the west early Monday morning which will bring in some much drier air. This drier air will bring humidity values down and you will finally feel comfortable outside. Even though we will continue to see warm temperatures through the beginning of this week we will experience drier air and you will actually be able to tolerate being outside. Dew points, which are the measurement of humidity…
The air will feel like it’s over 100 degrees, so plan ahead and stay safe!
One of the biggest annual events in St. Joe, Indiana, is the one and only Pickle Festival! And, this year, the Pickle Fest has been a hot one and it will continue to be for its final day on Saturday.
Beat the heat by hydrating and jumping into a lake or pond
Performing this week at Jefferson Pointe’s Friday Nites Live concert is local band Sierra Shame, known for its classic rock and new country performances. They’ll take to the stage at the Courtyard Fountain at 6:30 PM.
Be sure to take care of your pets and children
While a few temp records will be threatened in the days ahead, it does not appear that records will be set.
Corn and soybeans rated good across state
Make sure you’ve checked off everything on this list before taking a road trip during the intense heat and humidity expected later this week.
Global temperatures are going up and arctic ice continues to melt
We’re on course later this week to experience Fort Wayne’s highest temperatures since 2013.
Highs in the 90s with heat indices over 100°
We are still tracking the chance for scattered rain and storms
Some much-needed rainfall is possible with an incoming weather system.
It will stay humid and warm for several days before our next break.
Fort Wayne hasn’t even picked up 0.25″ of rain so far this month!
Fort Wayne’s annual Three Rivers Festival comes to a close Saturday night with its Fireworks Finale and the weather is looking quite good this year!
Panfish are the main species biting now, according to Reid Culler from The Angler Inc.
After being rained out the previous 2 years, the country-rock band Sugar Shot will have nice weather for its free concert this time around.
Decatur had several trees down near Bluffton High School that caused damage.