This weekend and next week may set a trend which we haven’t seen in quite a while, above average temperatures. The new 8 to 14-day outlook issued by the Weather Prediction Center features a better than 50% chance of higher than average temperatures from September 19-25. This follows a rather cool start to the month. This above average trend will actually begin Friday with highs in the upper 70s to around 80 degrees and continue through the weekend with highs soaring into the lower to even middle 80s by Sunday. Temperatures will again be above average by the middle of next…
As Irma moves farther north over the next couple of days, rain chances increase in northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio.
Irma now has weakened to a tropical storm.
Hurricane Irma is weakening, but weather alerts now extend as far north as North Carolina.
Irma to make second landfall, José track bears watching
Tonight it is expected to begin it’s turn to the north and to strengthen again as it moves over more warm ocean water.
The storm battered Cuba overnight and is now approaching Florida.
Slight shift in track, but still awful for Florida.
Irma continues to churn towards Florida as a devastating storm.
Currently affecting the Turks and Caicos region, with the Bahamas in sight, Irma is continuing to head west/northwestward. It’s a Category 5 storm with sustained winds of 175 mph and gusts up to 215 mph.
We continue to watch Hurricane Irma as an intensely powerful storm, with sustained winds of 180 mph which are still making it the strongest … More »
As of tonight (9/6), there are 3 active hurricanes in the Atlantic basin. Here’s the latest, in brief, regarding the storms based on the 8 pm updates from the National Hurricane Center.
Irma is forecast to hit Miami early next week.
Hurricane Irma continues to head westward on what appears to be a track that will lead to eventual impacts in Florida by the end of the week.
The first half of September will be cooler than average.
As storms exit the area this evening, they are taking the severe weather threat with them. Cooler air flows in behind the storms and stays awhile.
We are getting hit with a double whammy for storm development today
It’s been almost two weeks since the mercury last hit 80° or higher in Fort Wayne, but that’s changing on Labor Day. A surge of warmth and humidity comes in from the southwest and some early day sunshine all will work together to push our afternoon temperatures into the mid-upper 80s by late in the afternoon.
Labor Day will be much hotter and more humid with a chance for storms.
These are the final rainfall and wind reports released from the Weather Prediction Center that occurred during the life of Harvey.