Higher pressure from the north has kept things pretty dry and mild through much of this week. This pattern will change over the weekend as high pressure moves east, across the eastern seaboard. This high pressure is sometimes known as a “Bermuda High” and has all the stickiness you’d expect the name implies. The other pattern change will be what is termed a “Return Flow”. This is when higher pressure acts as a pumping mechanism, pumping moisture out of the Gulf of Mexico into our region. Whatever you want to call it, get ready for some uncomfortable conditions by late this…
Record and near-record warmth has been experienced in much of the country over the past 5 months. Take a look at the latest stats.
Cooler air and some gusty winds have been prominent in today’s weather pattern.
The forecast calls for plenty of sunshine, but temperatures are cooling down? Check out why this is happening!
Today’s weather pattern is something we haven’t seen a lot of this spring and now summer season. It’s actually quiet for a change. Higher … More »
Have you ever wondered where the phrase being “on cloud nine” comes from?
Cooler than average for the week ahead.
June 4th now ranks as the second hottest day of 2017 and was our second day in the 90s!
Some strong to severe storms are possible later today, so you need to make sure you know what these terms mean.
There’s a chance for strong storms in the forecast Sunday evening.
Will likely see some of the warmest weather of 2017 so far this weekend.
Arab Fest 2017 will be welcomed by beautiful weather! Admission will be free, and it runs from noon til 11 PM Saturday then noon … More »
Also the return of rain chances to the forecast.
The popular Friday night Fort Wayne event is back for another summer run.
Your Calendar may not say it but today begins what atmospheric scientists term Meteorological summer.
One of the wettest Mays on record is drawing to a close.
How will this summer compare to the very wet 2011 and last year’s rainfall totals?
Early Futurecast estimates are over an inch across the map.
May will end up second in the rankings.
To many, the Memorial Day Weekend marks the unofficial start to the summer season. We can’t forget, though, the we’ve been spoiled by a number of summer-like afternoons already.