As a cold front finally tracked through northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio early Sunday morning (between 3-4am), it brought the winds of change – literally! Temperatures quickly tumbled from 57° around 2AM to 37°by 9AM (20° drop). Wind gusts caused some power outages and broken tree limbs. A wind gust of 53 mph was reported at the Grant County Airport. 51 mph was the peak just at Fort Wayne International Airport around 3:54a this morning. The cold front followed a batch of rain that moved through the area during the evening and overnight. Rain gauge totals were just over a…
After days of clouds and rain, sunshine and warmth are on the way.
If we cross the 4″ threshold for the month tonight, that could make this February one of the top 5 wettest on record in Fort Wayne.
Across our 5 consecutive days with rainfall this week, we’ve accumulated close to 3″ of rain in Fort Wayne (with even higher amounts to the northwest).
More heavy rainfall will move in to begin the weekend.
It’s been awhile since our last clear and bright day across the region.
A new app by the City of Fort Wayne makes finding river levels very easy
Thursday morning’s forecast is a tricky one since snow, sleet, and freezing rain are all possible. Here’s the region=wide range of potential snow to expect. No matter how much snow falls, it’s going to be a SLOW commute in many spots.
When I first mentioned possible flooding for the area last Friday I blogged about how flooding is a two-step process. First, we have the … More »
The overnight hours into early Wednesday will bring with them another round of steady, heavy rainfall. This will further increase the already elevated flood potential across the region.
Heavy rain over several days may lead to river flooding later this week
We’ve picked up more than 1.2″ of rain in Fort Wayne through 9 pm. 1.85″ is the rainfall record for the day set back in 1939. There’s more rain to come on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The annual training session for new spotters (or those who want to refresh their skills) is this week – Tuesday, Feb. 20.
Heavy rainfall has already been recorded in Fort Wayne and surrounding areas and will continue through the next 36-hours. Here’s the latest from 3 … More »
Heavy rain early this week will put a dent in the winter deficit.
Precipitation of 1″-3″ and highs in the upper 60s may set new daily records in Fort Wayne.
A perfect Sunday is shaping up, before rain moves in for Monday
A storm system could bring some flooding to parts of our area Monday-Wednesday.
“Weather the Fort” is back for 2018 and WANE-TV is a proud sponsor. Our very own Rob Lydick will be the event emcee of this single-day festival that starts at 4 pm and runs through 10 pm at Freimann Square this Saturday (Feb. 17).
Warmer and wetter than average weather is likely for the remainder of February, but will it last through spring?