Deadly flooding in parts of Louisiana has been topping headlines throughout the country for the past few days. This was all the result of storm system that moved through the state – not a hurricane. According to stats, more rain fell from this recent event than during the duration of Hurricane Katrina. For more info about the floods, click here.
It’s been the driest period in the past 100 years in Fort Wayne.
Saturday evening an EF-0 tornado touched down in northern Allen County.
According to climate stats, this currently ranks as one of the warmest Augusts on record in Fort Wayne.
August 21st looks to be the first day with a high temperature cooler than average.
A trained spotter reported a tornado on the ground in NE Allen County today. The National Weather Service will survey the area and to confirm if it was, in fact, a tornado.
Saturday all our NewsChannel 15 counties are in a Marginal Risk for severe weather.
Northern and central Illinois bore the brunt of the heavy rain.
The biggest threats to watch for will be heavy rain, lightning, and some strong wind gusts (up to 40 mph).
Many of you saw some strong storms Wednesday night.
New tool hailed as a game-changer for predicting floods and informing water-related decisions
With only 4 more of these weekly events before they end for the season, you should consider heading out to the Embassy to check out some of their new additions and renovations.
NASA shows the record flooding across Gulf Coast
A very interesting series of storms, originating from a single storm that strengthened over central Indiana, west of Indianapolis, around 5 on Monday afternoon held onto its strength as it moved into northeast Indiana.
Very good chances of heavy rainfall through Tuesday morning
There have only been two days in August that have seen rain!
Some places will see isolated rain today, everyone has a chance at some heavy rain late Monday into Tuesday.
Saturday storms rolled through the area that dropped heavy rain in a few places.
Take the rain gear if you’re heading down to Indianapolis!
YLNI’s Farmers Market offers locally and regionally produced plants, meats, baked goods and crafts. And, if you’re looking to pick some up this week, you’ll likely be dodging some rain in the morning and early afternoon as a cold front moves through the area.