NASA calls these photos of our Earth “the black marble from outer space.” But these are not just pretty pictures. These pictures help to tell Earth’s story of an planet that is expanding and growing on its surface. More and more people are using light at night, and these expanding areas can be tracked with these ‘black marble’ photos. Here’s more on the black marble photos:
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.
With our chances of a significant snowfall dwindling as we move farther along into April, here’s a look at the snow season that’s coming to a close.
Temperatures will be slightly above average for this time of year.
If this week’s weather has got you down, you should know things are looking up just in time for the Fort Wayne TinCaps home opener.
Heavy rainfall through the last 24 hours.
As we look ahead to Thursday, our current round of rain and storms lightens up in intensity…but, winds really pick up in speed!
Colder temperatures with some potentially heavy rainfall coming our way
During this month of April, skygazers can spot Jupiter in the sky at night.
After a really nice weekend that saw a mixture of sunshine and clouds, this will be a soggy week.
Many places could see several inches of rain by the end of the work week.
March was an over-achieving month – both in precipitation and in temperature.
It’s hard to believe, but the TinCaps home-opener is now just a week away!