A cold front cutting through warm and humid air over northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio will serve as the forcing mechanism for rain and storms on Thursday. We are under a slight risk for severe weather, which is the 2nd lowest threat level. Still, that doesn’t mean that this threat shouldn’t be taken seriously. A line of storms will likely fire just ahead of the cold front. The timing looks to be between 3p-8p for our area. With a line like this, our primary threat is typically for damaging winds, possibly gusting up to 60 mph or higher. Large hail up…
Temperatures may be above average to begin May
Wednesday will be our first TinCaps home game this year to be threatened by rain.
Climate data that goes back to 1880 shows March is the second warmest on record.
Since WANE is now the Official Weather Partner of the Fort Wayne TinCaps, we will often use the Weather Blog to write a more detailed forecast for a home baseball game.
Damage was spread across 3 states.
April has been dominated by warm weather.
The Live Doppler 15 Fury Storm Team took first place in “Outstanding Weather Operations” for 2016.
This year’s holiday will be right in the middle of the pack of what we’ve seen over the past few years.
With Easter coming Sunday, a number of community Easter Egg Hunts will take place on Saturday. We have a few of these listed on our WANE.com Community Calendar.
Storms likely by Easter Sunday
More than beautiful photos which show the earth at night.
Climate statistics compiled by our colleagues at Climate Central , using data from the Applied Climate Information System, reveal that the trend of the last springtime freeze across the Summit City has been to occur earlier and earlier in the year.
New outlook has above average rainfall through end of the month.
The highest amounts of rain were picked up south and southeast of Fort Wayne.
Another round of storms is on the way and could linger with tonight.
In a previous blog post, we reported to you the progress of the Weather Research and Forecasting Innovation Act currently trying to pass through the government.
An approaching cold front will kickoff some thunderstorms as it moves through our area.
Sunday is still going to be nice! Warmer and more windy than Saturday.
Whether you’re grilling, mowing, or heading downtown for the TinCaps home-opener, it will be a beautiful spring day.