Depending on your geographic location, Thursday’s snowfall will come from one of two sources. Areas north of Fort Wayne have the potential to experience lake effect snowfall during the day, while areas south of the Summit City will experience some lightly accumulating snow from a weather system passing by and moving due east across the Midwest. Some slick travel is possible, but not much shoveling will be needed.
Bitterly cold air comes in with snowfall possible through Thursday afternoon.
As expected, it’s been a soggy Tuesday in many spots. The highest rain totals were picked up south of Fort Wayne.
Above average temperatures could be in store in the extended forecast.
The year ranks among the city’s warmest in modern record-keeping history.
Rainfall of over an inch possible in many places overnight tonight.
This December comes in two degrees below average.
January is typically our coldest and snowiest month in northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio
New Year’s Eve was a breezy day!
Fair weather for Fort Wayne’s first ever ball drop!
With this year’s new Fort Wayne Ball Drop on the schedule, outdoor weather on New Year’s Eve is more important than ever before,
Gusty winds and snow squalls caused travel problems for the area.
Highest amounts still expected north of Fort Wayne
Lake effect snowfall across a small portion of the area.
Scattered snow showers will bring us very minimal accumulation.
Our bout of warm temperatures comes to an end by Friday.
There are currently two flood warnings issued for our area for rivers that are in Minor flood stage
4 months this year have been in the top ten warmest
Monday we broke another high temperature record.
Expect more cold winter temperatures and snowfall