After several days of above average warmth, a cold front will bring some changes to northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio. Some scattered showers will push through overnight and into the early hours of Friday. Behind this system, cool air will sink in from the northern Plains, keeping our highs from climbing beyond the 60s both Friday and Saturday. Futurecast highs for Friday. These more seasonable temperatures will be replaced with more 70s next week. Roller coaster patterns like these are pretty typical during the fall season. Keep up with the latest forecasts using our WANE WX…
Much cooler high school football forecast
The lowest temp this month, so far, has only been 46°
Vivid views of heavy rainfall across the southeast.
The current drought in California, now in its 4th year, is beginning to put a strain on these hardy plants.
The next couple of nights will clear enough for you to be able to see the Draconid meteor showers. These meteor showers are sometimes … More »
We have a nice opportunity to spot the space station traveling above us tonight. It will appear at 8:05 pm and travel from the southwestern sky to the east/northeast.
Parts of the Southeast are dealing with FEET of rainfall.
There’s an area of high pressure moving toward us, which is helping change our weather.
At an area of high pressure, air is moving … More »
Days like we saw on Saturday are not typical for early October. In fact, we tied a record!
Technically speaking, the definition of “Indian summer” is a stretch of at least seven days where temperatures are above 70º. This must happen after … More »
A chilly day perfect for chili!