Sunday makes two days in a row of near-record heat in Fort Wayne. According to the National Weather Service office in Syracuse, today’s high climbed to 63º, breaking the old record of 62º set in 1933. Saturday also saw near-record warmth! The high Saturday was also 63º here, which beat a record that was more than 100 years old. But there’s an asterisk here. The period of record in northeast Indiana starts in 1911, so all records before that are considered invalid because they can’t be verified. 1911 is when the standard of record-keeping changed. However, if the National Weather…
Significant tornado outbreak possible in southern GA and northern FL today and tonight
Over the past 116 years of records, Fort Wayne has only had 37 days where January temperatures reached the 60s.
Temperatures are running more than 5° above average for the month so far
The highest temperature of the month occurs on Saturday when we’re forecast to be in the 60s.
Cold air will return by the end of next week.
You may have been wondering what happened yesterday and for that matter today. We saw clouds and very little fluctuation in temperatures. We have … More »
If you’ve been craving some sunshine recently, there’s a good reason why. We haven’t seen much of it at all this month.
More rainfall is coming our way via a warm front which will also push mild air into the area.
Rain’s become a common sight this month and the corresponding lack of snow puts the month on track to be one of Fort Wayne’s least snowy Januaries.
Outlook for the last week of the month holds good chance for above average temperatures.
If you ventured out today, you most likely encountered the stubborn fog that’s been around all day and it’s not going away just quite yet.
During the first week of January, a crack in the Larsen C ice shelf grew by more than 10 miles.
Computer forecast models are suggesting changes to Monday’s winter weather.
The further north you go, the winter weather will be a mix of snow and sleet.
No new news, is good news in this situation. Only light amounts of wintry precipitation are expected here, while areas south of us will be hit much harder.
In 2016 natural disasters cost $175 billion and insurance paid around $50 billion in natural disaster-related insurance claims.
With more and more forecast data coming in, the timing and precip type outlook for the weekend will continue to change in the hours ahead. Here’s your update as of 7:30 Thursday night.
The latest on the weekend Freezing Rain and Snow.
It’s not your average forecast for January 11. Our wild winter ride continues.