Today, we forecast a high of 85 degrees; the high for today got up to 82 degrees. When we miss a forecast like this, we like to look at what happened that changed the weather from what we were forecasting. This helps us learn! Today’s research into why temperatures stayed cooler than forecast was pretty interesting, so I thought I would share. Credit: College of DuPage The image above is a surface map from yesterday (July 4) at 3 pm. The image below is a surface map from a couple hours ago (issued at 4:17 PM). If…
While temperatures continue to run somewhat below average here, Alaska is experiencing one of the warmest and driest years on record.
You may have noticed a little bit of haze has developed in the Fort Wayne sky today.
No weather problems for tonight’s game versus the Dayton Dragons!
For those of you who want to know a little more about the weather, today’s blog will break down the forecast for the Fourth … More »
So far, 2015 has been a cool and wet year in Fort Wayne.
The Fort Wayne Philharmonic has a special concert and fireworks show planned for Friday night at Parkview Field.
After an incredibly wet June (the wettest month ever in Fort Wayne), we deserve a pleasant stretch of weather! That’s exactly what we’ll see throughout our area for the next few days – including our holiday weekend.
After Hannah’s review of what June brought us, I thought I’d highlight our July weather stats for you in this blog post.
Let’s take a look back a the record-setting month of June.
Today’s earthquake, centered roughly 85 miles north of Fort Wayne in southern Michigan, was felt by some residents in places near the state line, like Angola, Howe and Fremont. There was also a report of the earthquake in Montpelier, OH.
Tonight, just before 8 PM EDT, an extra second will be added to the clock