So far this August is in the top third or at least top half of coolest on record for the last 107-years, depending on what statistic you are looking at. So far August of 2017 has the 43rd coolest average high temperature for the month at 81.5 degrees. (This will most likely go down as each day is expected to be below the 30-year-average for the rest of the month. Last August was the 13th warmest August for average high temperatures of 85.4 degrees, according to data collected by the Midwest Regional Climate Center. August of…
Even though August has been a dry month, the year as a whole remains Fort Wayne’s wettest to date.
Several below average days this month
The comfortable forecast brings good news for the area’s midweek events.
Below average temperatures expected to last into the first part of September
If you enjoyed getting the chance to see the most recent solar eclipse (or missed out….), jot these dates down on your calendar.
Sky conditions will be fair this afternoon for the eclipse
The warm and humid air will remain in place through the eclipse tomorrow.
Latest data showing more clouds may be overhead during eclipse time
With the eclipse less than 48 hours away, it’s important to remember how historic events like this are.
Storms moved through early Saturday morning, but not everyone say measurable rainfall.
Make sure you watch the Highlight Zone tonight at 11 for a recap on 17 area football games.
If you are planning on doing anything outside, especially a lake or pool outing, Sunday will be your day. We will see some showers … More »
Only 2 Friday Nites Live concerts remain. This week, it’s the New Millennium Jazz Orchestra. Next week, the duties will fall to Good Night Gracie to close out the series for the season.
What to look for this weekend and during the eclipse
Scattered rain and t-storms are possible on Thursday for day 1 of the Shindigz National Soccer Festival. During game times, rainfall is expected only to be scattered, but a few strong storms are possible at points from afternoon into evening.
NASA has a free app to download for you to enter your scientific data.
July 2017 tied with July 2016 as Earth’s warmest July in modern record-keeping history. For Fort Wayne, though, the statistic was much different.
GOES-16 captures tropical storm in great detail.
Research suggests that by 2100, the number of days above 95° will increase significantly – even if cuts in greenhouse gas emissions are made.