So, what’s going on? Are we in for a mild winter or a ton of snow? I mean it can’t be normal to be this warm this late in September. It will cause a big problem for the upcoming fall. While I know there might be many alarmist theories about what’s happening I’m going to deal with the weather pattern. That is occurring now. In fact, that’s the definition of weather, what’s happening now. Right now there is a blocking pattern which is keeping us in extremely warm temperatures, with even rare Gulf moisture moving in, making it feel like…
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.
There are still three named systems in the Atlantic Ocean.
Don’t put away the shorts yet. More warm temperatures are expected through the end of the month.
Tonight’s storms could pack a little punch, but they won’t be severe.
Temperatures are forecast to be nearly 15° above average for the official change-of-seasons on Friday!
There are now (again) three named storms in the Atlantic.
It is now a category 1 hurricane with winds around 80 mph.
There are several big events happening in Fort Wayne this weekend, and the weather couldn’t be better!
A warm mid-September Friday night is coming our way.
Jose is still be watched as a strengthening storm which will flirt with the east coast.
The Midwest League Championship series continues Thursday night with game 2 at Parkview Field.
It will be a wet and cool end to the day and it may stay that way through the evening as we see the … More »
Bring that poncho with you to the TinCaps game Wednesday night. While not likely to be a rain out, some scattered rain could fall during the game.
New 8 to 14-day outlook promises warmer temperatures for last part of September