We should reach the upper 70s during the afternoon this time of year, but we’ll be above that on both weekend days with highs projected to be in the lower 80s. Saturday is shaping up to be a mostly dry day with partly cloudy skies and just an isolated chance for a pop-up shower or storm late in the day. Certainly not enough to cancel any outdoor plans. Scattered showers and storms will be more likely Saturday night and may be possible during the day on Sunday. Sunday is not looking like a washout, but a few passing storms can’t…
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.
Historical rainfall totals this year.
Sunday’s severe storms brought heavy rain, hail, and at least one funnel cloud.
Big threat continues to be flooding after all of the heavy rain we’ve seen over the past week.
Stuck on repeat with more rain possible this holiday weekend.
Rain and thunderstorms continue to be in the forecast on this Friday night. Additional flash flooding remains our highest threat. Up to 2″ of new rainfall is possible from late night into early morning.
Flash flooding possible this evening through Saturday morning, especially in areas that saw the heaviest rain earlier this week.
Already one of the wettest months of May on record in Fort Wayne and more rain in the forecast.
Top 5 wettest of all-time
Periods of heavy rain made their way across much of the region on Wednesday night bringing the highest flood concerns from Fort Wayne southward through Decatur and Berne and eastward toward Van Wert, Ohio.
Heavy rainfall expected this afternoon and tonight.
An area of low pressure will be moving very close to our NewsChannel 15 counties Wednesday and Thursday.