Severe storms are tracking across the region this evening. These storms are likely from Fort Wayne southward. Little new storm activity is expected to develop north of Fort Wayne. The biggest threats with storms tonight are gusty winds 50-60+ mph, which are strong enough to bring down tree limbs and, potentially, some power lines. The storms will also be slow moving, leading to an increased potential for flooding. Be on alert for rising water. Some small hail is also possible. By Friday night football gametime, conditions will be quieting down and the rain will be clearing to the east.
Heat and humidity will be the key to our weekend forecast as the heat wave continues.
A warm, muggy night ahead for Friday night football.
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However, we’re not expected to break any high temperature records.
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Our summer has not given us many hot, steamy days. However, as September rolls in, we’re looking at what could be our hottest stretch of weather of 2015.
This summer was also the wettest season ever.
After a week of below average temperatures, warm air is making a return to the area.
Showers moved through the area on Saturday, dropping as much as 0.4″ of rain in some places.