The meteorologists of the Live Doppler 15 Fury Storm Team release their outlook for the winter season ahead. Their analysis points to a weak La Niña pattern as the main influence on our weather for December through February.
Did you know physics can make you even better at some of your favorite winter fun?
Chief Meteorologist Nicholas Ferreri shares tips from those who already have their shelves stocked and discovers a place that makes it easy to find and buy food to store.
Some information to get you ready for the winter ahead and make sure your family stays safe and comfortable.
Stay on top of travel alerts and driving conditions as weather moves in.
You hear our team of meteorologists compare weather stats to what is considered “normal” or “average” during that time.
Check to see which schools are affected by the weather.
Do you know the distance drivers should be from snow plows or at what temperature salt is most effective on streets? INDOT has the answers, as well as some info on what should be in your vehicle’s emergency supply kit.
Make sure you and your family have what you need to be notified and ready in case of an emergency. Remember, strong weather can strike at any time.
Download and print this checklist to make sure you are prepared for severe weather.
The Fort Wayne Fire Department has more than 20 winter weather safety tips for people this season.
Learn the difference between sleet and freezing rain and how they form.
During the winter season, it may only take minutes for frostbite to occur on exposed skin. Learn how wind chill is calculated and how to protect yourself.
Sometimes the weather will knock out power, and there’s nothing you can do about it. But power companies prepare ahead of time to make sure that doesn’t happen as often
If you’ve been delayed at FWA during the winter, it’s likely not due to runway problems here thanks to a hardworking crew.
Paramedics, firefighters, and police officers have a tough job 365 days a year, but it’s even more challenging during the winter months.
When temperatures drop, you obviously have to change your wardrobe.
Over 300 free trees were available on a first come first serve basis on Sunday at three area auto store locations.
On January 25, 1978, a crippling blizzard hit Indiana.
Find out if you’ll be doing a lot of shoveling or wearing short sleeves