Usually, we don’t talk about a strong flow of winds from the southwest during this time of year. At least for an extended time period. There are two things I wanted to point out on the weather map which is helping with this October sustained warm up. The first is high pressure. High pressure is known for subsiding the air in the atmosphere. In other words, it pushes the air downward. Why is this important? Well, when the opposite is true, for instance, low pressure, we see air moving upward and the atmospheres capability to make clouds. This strong high…
To date, October 2017 has had 13 days with a high temp at 70° or greater and we’ll add to that tally over the upcoming days.
Autumn may arrive with some cooler air toward the end of the month.
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Mostly clear skies will set the stage for a cold start to Tuesday.
A cold front came through Fort Wayne earlier in the day Sunday which is why temperatures fell most of the afternoon.
For the month overall, we’re currently running better than 9° above average.
While, most of the rain and storm activity will stay to our north today and tonight, there is a chance some storms may be strong when they move into our area.
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The warmest and coldest temperatures for this time of year.
Hurricane Ophelia in the Atlantic Ocean has strengthened to a Category 2 hurricane with winds near 100 mph.
Is this October warming than 2016?
While more days than not have had measurable rain during this month of October, our rainfall total had been running below average. After our Wednesday rain, that’s no longer the case.
Some areas of heavy rainfall were measured across NW Indiana Wednesday Morning
The overall timing of Wednesday’s rain remains pretty much the same as we’ve been pinpointing over recent days. The majority of the incoming rain will fall overnight Tuesday/early morning Wednesday, tapering off after noon on Wednesday.
Several forecast models I’m using are consistently bringing an area of heavy rainfall for our region overnight and into early Wednesday morning. One of … More »
The remnants of Nate moved through the Northeast today and now are exiting the country. Still producing some pockets of heavy rain, Nate’s leftovers are moving into Canada and the storm is no longer the major wind or flood threat it once was as a tropical storm or hurricane.
Get ready for more warm temperatures headed our way through late October
Nate has already started changing our weather in northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio.
Nate made second landfall near Biloxi, MS overnight.