After 326 days without a 90° or higher temperature (since September 5, 2014), Fort Wayne hit the 90° mark this afternoon. We’ll come close to 90°, again, tomorrow – but, increasing cloud cover and incoming rain and t-storms will likely hold us back a couple of degrees from reaching 90°. A few of tomorrow’s afternoon/evening t-storms may be strong or severe with gusty winds and pockets of heavy rain. Remember, you can track the storms while on-the-go with our WANE Weather App. Wednesday’s high in Fort Wayne will be just a couple of degrees shy of…
It will become rather uncomfortable today and Wednesday
Some scattered rain over the weekend (.07″ at the Fort Wayne airport) has brought us closer to setting a new record for wettest summer ever. But, still, we’re not there yet.
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With all the sunshine we’ve seen lately, you would think flooding is no longer a concern, right? Unfortunately that’s not the case yet.
Feast or famine last night – some saw a lot of rain, some saw none.
Today felt very warm and humid, but this summer has been a fairly mild one so far.
Hit and miss thunderstorms are possible this weekend, and some of them may be strong.
Lots of outdoor events are scheduled this weekend across the area. Here’s the forecast for some of them. Plus, an update on the Dierks Bentley concert rain/storm potential.
Could also see a couple of storms.
After some pleasant and comfortable days this week, get ready for temps to increase and for it to feel a bit more sticky outside.
Nexrad coverage across the nation has some gaps.