If you’re hitting the roads or the skies today, you shouldn’t encounter any weather problems in the Midwest – a forecast to be thankful for! We’ll see clouds in northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio this morning with a few more breaks of sun likely this afternoon. It will be much cooler today with highs in the upper 30s. Still, should not see any troubles if you’re flying out of FWA. If you’re driving to Indy or flying out of IND, you should still be in good shape with more sunshine further south and highs closer to 40°. It should be…
There’s a cold night coming for this annual Fort Wayne tradition. But, no other weather worries are expected.
This year won’t be quite as warm as it has been.
A few sprinkles remain possible on Tuesday with the passage of a cold front through the area.
The day starts off sunny, but with … More »
Gusty winds will bring some cooler air by Wednesday.
Running nearly 3.5″ above average for the month of November so far.
As expected, 1″-3″ of rain fell throughout our area, leading to some flash flooding.
Flash flooding and flooding along area rivers is a big concern heading into the afternoon/evening.
The first round of rain from an incoming weather system is on track for its late night Friday arrival between 10 pm and midnight. Once the rain gets going, it will continue with few interruptions through the day on Saturday. You can expect periods of heavy rain from morning into the afternoon.
A weather system which will draw warm air and some gusty winds from the Gulf of Mexico Saturday will also bring up plenty of … More »
This week’s football games will feel much different than last week’s. If you were outside for those games, you know it was a COLD 4 quarters. Temperatures were in the mid-20s with wind chills in the teens!
New Satellite will bring more detail for the study of weather science
The annual Leonid Meteor Shower will peak this year during the mornings of November 17 and 18 (Friday and Saturday). Cloud cover may disrupt peak viewing from midnight to dawn on both days and Saturday also carries the chance of rain.
Storms like Hurricane Harvey could be more intense because of what is happening with Climate Change.
With Wednesday’s forecast carrying a 90% probability of precipitation, rain will pretty much be unavoidable across the area on Wednesday.
Pacific flow keeps things mild until next week.
There’s no change to our forecast for a rain-free Tuesday. But, rain’s still set to make a return Wednesday.
The third week of November looks like a cold one according to a new outlook from the Weather Prediction Center. Temperatures are expected to … More »
We’re set to get another satellite upgrade with the launch of JPSS-1, which will be critical for weather forecasting.
Temperatures dropped down into the lower 20s again early Saturday morning.