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Tracking rain and storms tomorrow

A continuation of southerly and southwesterly breezes over the next 24 hours means another warm spring day tomorrow. ¬†However, unlike today,…

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GOES-R satellite has local connection

Parts for one of the most advanced weather satellites in the world are being built right here in Fort Wayne. Jesse Hawila explores.

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Severe weather phobia

Rob Lydick digs deeper into the psychology of those who have a fear of severe storms.

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Tornado walls

One scientist has proposed building walls in the U.S. to prevent tornadoes from forming. Rob Lydick explores the science behind this new the…

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Staying alert

Nicholas Ferreri explains how to get the latest severe weather alert info from the Live Doppler 15 Fury Storm Team.

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Safety plans

Jesse Hawila explores what to do in case severe weather strikes while your at some of Fort Wayne’s most popular attractions.

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Severe weather stats

How many severe weather warnings does our area typically see in a year? Greg Shoup explains.

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Severe storm outlooks

Rob Lydick explores some new changes to the severe storm outlooks issued by the Storm Prediction Center.

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Making a forecast

Greg Shoup discusses the tools and methods the Live Doppler 15 Fury Storm Team uses to make a forecast.

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Severe weather types

Nicholas Ferreri explains how hail, microbursts, and tornadoes form.

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15 Fury Challenge: Contest score sheet

Print out your 15 Fury Challenge score sheet and be ready for WANE’s Severe Weather Special on Saturday, April 4 at 7 p.m. Record your answe…