El Nino visualization (NOAA) Back in the winter of 1982-83 a very strong El Nino brought heavy rainfall across the western United States and a very warm winter across much of the Midwest. Scientists knew very little about what El Nino was and how it effect global weather patterns. Now armed with the current knowledge scientists have they can see what impact this pattern has had and continues to have on global climate changes. Here’s more on the El Nino that no one talked about.
Here’s a thought to cool you down on this hot, humid Wednesday: There’s still snow on the ground in Buffalo, New York! You may … More »
Showers and storms through afternoon.
After 327 days without a 90° or higher temperature (since September 4, 2014), Fort Wayne hit the 90° mark this afternoon.
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.
August might be a little different than previous years, but this has been a different summer. The 30 day outlook has us just on … More »
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.