Average highs on Thanksgiving in Fort Wayne should be in the lower 40s. We’ll be no where near that today with most places expected to climb to near 60°! It’s all thanks to a strong southerly breeze that will continue to pull warm air into northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio. According to stats provided by our friends at the Northern Indiana National Weather Service office, we’ve only seen temperatures at or above 60° 4 times since 1950. While we could be flirting with the record of 63° later today, we’re likely not to break it.
A cold front is headed our way on Friday, and it’s bringing some rain with it.
We’re on track to see above average temperatures for Thanksgiving this year.
There’s plenty of good news for many of the peak travel times this Thanksgiving Weekend. However, the travel weather won’t be picture perfect every day.
Redundant and misused weather terms.
Over the past 5 years, snow amounts greater than a half-inch have only happened 3 times in the month of November.
This year will see one of our warmest Thanksgiving days.
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The first snow of the season brought a blanket of white to our area and broke some records.
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Still looking on track to see our first accumulating snow of the season today-tonight.
Here’s the latest snow forecast for Saturday. Most of this snow will fall during Saturday afternoon, tapering off and ending Saturday night.
Heavy snowfall is expected through Saturday afternoon
Here’s your Thursday night update on our upcoming Saturday snowfall. Click for the entire post.
Lots of different model solutions for this weekend.
While we’ve steered clear of many wintry days so far this month, there’s a taste of winter coming our way.
Meteorology is mostly about statistics and physics, and statistical climate averages are usually determined over a period of 30 years. So let’s talk snow. … More »
Given some of our recent beautiful fall days, you may not have realized how dry conditions have become across the area.