After 9 straight days of daily temperatures at or above average, a significant burst of colder air moves in on Tuesday and high temps will be almost 20° colder than what we experienced Monday afternoon. Monday’s high in Fort Wayne was much higher at 77°. We’ll temporarily rise back into the 60s on Wednesday and Thursday before another shot of colder air drops in on Friday and into the weekend. This round of cold air is likely to bring our first frosty mornings of the season early Saturday and early Sunday.
Some weather changes can be a trigger for migraines.
There’s a cold front headed our way, and that usually means rain.
If you’re planning on grabbing some snapshots of the fall colors, take a look at your leaf-looking forecast.
Some nights the sunset looks more amazing than others. Clouds that are higher in the atmosphere, like cirrus and altocumulus, will make for a … More »
With fall now well underway, when do we typically see our first frost of the season?
Forecasts for both weekend days look good. Sunday will be warmer, though.
Every season is dependent on winds for many different weather patterns. But as we approach fall and especially winter winds can be crucial to … More »
Above average temperatures will be replaced with much cooler conditions.
Much cooler high school football forecast
The lowest temp this month, so far, has only been 46°
Vivid views of heavy rainfall across the southeast.