Not only did our Christmas Eve snowfall bring us a White Christmas, but it also brought us a punch of arctic air. Christmas is now be behind us, but that bitter cold is going to stick around well into our future. Much of this past week featured highs in the low to mid teens, and it will get even colder for the week ahead. As we ring in 2018, temperatures will be near or below zero at midnight, that is just a sign of things to come. Highs on Monday will be in the upper single digits and Tuesday in…
Accumulation possible later today and tonight.
A supermoon helps ring in 2018!
Now, not only will we be dealing with frigid digits, we’ll also add the chance for some light snow into the mix.
Start of 2018 will be cold!
Today marked only the second time we’ve dropped below zero this year.
Single digit highs Tuesday set a different kind of record when it comes to high temperatures.
The unofficial morning low of five in Fort Wayne is the coolest so far this Fall/Winter season and the lowest since January 7th at … More »
A look back at how much snow fell to give us a White Christmas
A few flurries Christmas Day but winds pick up.
Expect the snow to begin in our viewing area by about 9am. Here is a Futurecast look at the way the system should develop.… More »
Christmas Eve snowfall may lead to travel concerns
A colder than average Christmas Day will feature 2-4 inches of snow on the ground in our area! The snow will begin in the … More »
Weather conditions may have holiday travel impacts
Cold air begins filtering into the state Saturday morning. Our area will be on the northern edge of a wave surging through the South. … More »
Snow may possibly impact your travel plans this weekend
Another above average first day of winter Thursday
The beginning of astronomical winter is the shortest day of the year.
Next couple of evenings look good for any outdoor holiday plans, but rain chances return Friday evening.
Smooth-sailing for much of this week, but some tricky travel possible for the beginning of the weekend.