Forecast models continue to show that this storm will have a little more moisture to work with than originally thought. We’ve updated the snow map accordingly, with accumulations of up to 1″ possible in Fort Wayne and in places to the south. Where it will be colder (with precip more likely to stay as snow) to the north, expect 1″-2″ of snowfall through Monday morning. Most of this accumulation will be on the grassy surfaces, though a few slick sports will still be possible. Interestingly enough, December 4th is when our area typically sees the first 1″+ snowfall of the season…
Some places may see the first accumulating snow of the season tomorrow
There are plenty of great Christmas events popping up on our WANE Community Calendar as we get closer to the holiday. One of note is the Defiance County Christmas Cruise Thru and Holiday Festival, which has remaining dates this weekend (Dec. 2, 3, 4) and also next weekend (December 9, 10, 11(Fireworks!)). However, if you just want to take in the Cruise Thru portion, it’s open every weeknight in between.
There’s an 89° difference between the lowest and highest temperatures ever recorded in a Fort Wayne December.
Now that November is over, we can take a preliminary look at how the month shakes out in terms of temperature and precipitation.
This Autumn is setting records as one of the warmest in history
Wildfires have been burning for several days now, but last night arrived in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
8 to 14 day outlook has colder temperatures around our area.
We’ve been telling you since Wednesday to expect prolonged and heavy rainfall on Monday.
Heavy rainfall is expected through tonight.
With heavy rain set to impact your Monday, here’s a refresher on some of our favorite features in the WANE Wx app.
Monday is shaping up to be a washout with periods of rain throughout much of the day
So far, thanks to some oddly warm days this month, we are more than 4 degrees above average for the month so far.
Rain chances return by Monday and some rain may be heavy in our area.
Have you ever seen a white rainbow before?
Today may be a gray day, but the weather should not impact road conditions.
Quiet weather expected for dinner tonight
For all the runners out there, there’s no better way to begin Thanksgiving than by burning off some calories during a 4 mile run! The annual “Galloping Gobbler” is set for Thanksgiving morning at 8:30 and the weather will cooperate for a late November day.
Rain and temperatures near freezing can make for some tricky travel. But, how does freezing rain develop?
The night before Thanksgiving is always a BIG one in Fort Wayne. Hundreds of families gather in downtown and walk from location to location as holiday lighting displays are lit to ring in the holiday season.