After seven dry days thunderstorms rocked the area overnight. Many areas are reported localized heavy rainfall of around an inch. Fort Wayne Airport reported 0.63″. That is only .12″ off the all time wettest summer rainfall record set back in 1986! There are still 27 days to record more rainfall and reach the inevitable conclusion. As meteorological summer is measured from June 1 through August 31.
Severe weather threat remains with the overnight-early morning arrival of the cold front.
A few storms may become strong later today – keep an eye to the sky!
July 2015 will go down in the books as a cool and wet month.
With the daytime clouds clearing tonight, you’ll have a good view of the International Space Station as it flies overhead.
A different aspect which relates to the global economy dealing with “Climate Change.”
This rare celestial occurrence takes place tonight.
El Nino is a recent scientific discovery which has been effecting global weather patterns for many years.
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