This year marks the 85th DeKalb County Free Fall Fair. This popular annual event runs through Saturday. The heart of all the action is in downtown Auburn and you can view a complete list of each day’s fair events here. Highlights of Tuesday night’s activities include choral performances, a parade and, of course, carnival rides. And, there’s good news on the weather front for Tuesday. More sunshine is coming our way. By Wednesday, however, clouds sink back in and periods of light rain will be in the forecast. And, these periods of rain are expected to continue on and off…
Temperatures will drop into the mid and upper 40s throughout the area tonight
The best chance for heavier and more organized rain arrives after midnight.
Scattered rain arrives late tonight and continues into midday Monday.
We will enjoy cooler than average temperatures or near-average temperatures for the rest of the week ahead.
If you think it’s been unusually warm this month, you’re right. In fact, this currently ranks as the warmest on record.
WANE-TV is, once again, proud to be a partner in the Allen County Safety Fair. 2016 mark’s the event’s 8th year.
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Warmer temperatures will be returning
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Warm summer night for a bike ride.
High temperatures remain in the 80s until the weekend. As of this posting, Fort Wayne’s daily average temperatures continue to be more than 3° above average for the month.
According to British scientists, airline turbulence is becoming more common across the world because of an increased amount of carbon dioxide in the air.
Several people reported seeing funnel clouds in our northwestern Ohio counties tonight.
Fall officially begins on Thursday, but highs in the middle 80s will make it feel more like summer.
The average rainfall for the entire month of September is slightly less than three inches.
Rain will become more scattered during the afternoon.