An incoming weather system will bring a few scattered showers during the daytime on Friday, but what’s most important to Friday night football fans is that this system also brings a reinforcing shot of cool air…meaning the weather won’t be scorching for September, as it was for last week’s games. At kickoff this week, temps will be in the low 60s. Although some scattered raindrops are possible prior to the evening, they’ll all be gone by the time the games get underway.
October heat will continue to build through the first two weeks of the month.
Morning lows return to the 40s for a few days. It’s been awhile since we’ve been in that territory.
Some seasonable air finally moves in, but it will be a short reprieve.
Cooler air is moving in come Wednesday and its effects are seen quite soon in the 10 Day Forecast. The arrival of this new airmass marks the end of an extended September hot stretch. 4 of the past 7 days have seen highs of 90 or above. And, on the days that didn’t see 90s, we still came quite close.
Another surge of warm temperatures may be coming the first week of October.
High temperatures will drop roughly 20 degrees over two days and stay cool through the weekend.
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Maria has weakened again to a category 2 hurricane
Saturday marked the 3rd consecutive day of temperatures above 90° in Fort Wayne.
Maria continues as a category 3 hurricane.
We should be in the lower 70s for this time of year.
The 9th Annual Safety Fair is Saturday at Jefferson Pointe behind the movie theater.
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We’ll ring in the first few days of fall with unseasonable warmth.
A northerly track is expected over the next several days.
With sunshine, a southerly breeze, and the jet stream well to our north, temperatures will soar on Thursday. Many places will be 15° above … More »
Massive strom Maria strikes Puerto Rico today.
We are likely to see some fog Wednesday morning all around our NewsChannel 15 counties.
Heaviest rainfall of the month so far fell today across the area.