Yep, the headline is absolutely correct. The United Emirates is going to construct a mountain to increase chances for rainfall. You can read article here. I believe this would be a monumental geological task to say the least. But just for arguments sake let’s say that they succeed in building a mountain. Is it possible to attract clouds and rain? Well, the short answer is yes. Mountains tend to aid in cloud building because of the uplift created by the slope. This friction can change the wind direction upward causing a process called orographic lifting. Here is an example of…
This year’s Eta Aquarid meteor shower will peak on the mornings of May 5 and May 6…that’s tomorrow and Friday!
This only happens about 13 times each century!
If you are opposed to to USF closing its planetarium, there’s a petition you can sign to share your point of view.
Infrared vs. visible satellite images
Weather in northeast Indiana won’t be too bad for the state’s primary election to be held on Tuesday.
Growing crops just got more technology
We saw a fairly average month of April
Will those April showers bring us some May flowers?
We’re running nearly 1″ on the dry side for this month
Former President Bill Clinton will be in Fort Wayne on Saturday campaigning for his wife, Hillary. He will be at the McMillen Park Community … More »
Periods of rain set to arrive by Saturday afternoon
You’re right, this isn’t the typical map you see in one of our WANE forecasts. However, it tells an important story, especially if you’ll be headed south in the months ahead.
We could also see some heavy rainfall through the weekend.
Scattered rain is possible on Thursday as crowds are set to gather for Ted Cruz’s first visit to Fort Wayne in the race for the Republican nomination for president.
Beautiful butterflies will be coming to Fort Wayne soon and they may flock to one area in Fort Wayne.
Kansas Turnpike offers riders a safe place when severe storms strike
Very cool footage of rare site – a shadow cast by the moon.
Highest potential remains north of Fort Wayne overnight.
Late evening and overnight strong and severe thunderstorms are looking more likely.