It’s time for this year’s “Great Backyard Bird Count”. It’s a worldwide event that takes place from Feb. 12-15 (this Friday through Monday) with the purpose of getting a count of the worldwide population and geographical distribution of the different bird species that exist. It’s an event, led by Cornell University’s Lab of Ornithology and the National Audubon Society, that claims 100,000 yearly participants. Data from this annual bird count is used for various research purposes. The counts can give information on birds’ migration patterns and how the weather year-to-year may impact them. By taking this annual count, researchers will…
Bitter cold to retreat and warmer temperatures return.
With more accumulating snow expected over the next 7 days, Fort Wayne is expected to slip farther down the least snowy year rankings.
A Royal Caribbean cruise ship recently sailed into 30-foot waves and hurricane force winds
Accumulations will continue to add up throughout the next 24 hours before tapering off and ending by the end of Wednesday.
Coldest air of the season also on the way.
Rounds of snow expected on both Tuesday and Wednesday
Temperatures will be the lowest we’ve seen in several weeks.
The week ahead is shaping up to be a cold and snowy one. That snow will begin Monday morning.
Snow could impact travel through Wednesday
We have an active and wet weather pattern setting up this week. Sunday night will kick off the precipitation.
It will start as rain, … More »
A few raindrops during the game tomorrow night
Conditions will be above average Saturday afternoon when this event takes place.
The asteroid could come as close as 11,000 from the surface of the earth.
Warmer than average winter means sap is already flowing for some syrup producers
After a warm weekend, bitter cold air returns next week
BIG difference this year compared to last 2 winters
Temperatures reached all-time highs while you were probably asleep
Spring’s moving closer and you’ll notice the changes in sunrise/sunset times and temps this month.
The story of our favorite rodent and his forecast accuracy.