In an effort to repair a part of the “hands” on one of the International Space Station’s robotic arms, the crew aboard the ISS will conduct a spacewalk on Tuesday, January 23. The spacewalk and pending repairs will be done by combining the work of both American and Japanese astronauts that are currently aboard. You can watch coverage of the spacewalk streaming LIVE at 5:30 am EST with the actual spacewalk taking place around 7:10. The spacewalk may occur earlier, however, if the astronauts are running ahead of schedule! Follow-up work will be completed during a second spacewalk in less…
Temperatures are expected to be warm through the end of this month and beginning of next month.
Rain increases in coverage overnight and lasts through Monday
Warmer temperatures and rain will melt the snow.
Combining the amounts of water contained in the rain and snow we’ve picked up this winter season, our total of 4.22″ is significantly below our statistical average-to-date.
Temperatures even warmer for this weekend.
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Meteor sightings have created social media buzz the last couple of nights.
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Winds bring warmer highs but wind chills will still be bitterly cold.
With a Tuesday high temp of 8°, this day marked the coldest we’ve been in two weeks. For the month-to-date, we’re 6.2° below average.
Much warmer temperatures are expected to end the month.
With 2.6″ as the official total at the Fort Wayne Airport on Monday, our snow total for the season-to-date is above average and is outpacing our snow total from last year.
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Cold returns after Monday’s snow
Watch out for slick travel and poor visibility.
Another round of snow arrives Monday
Temperatures began crashing on Friday and likely won’t climb above freezing until the end of the week.
As predicted, 1″-3″ of snow fell after the Friday morning freezing rain and sleet. Most spots, though, ended up on the lower side of that range. Our next chance of snow comes on Monday.
The arctic air packs a punch with bitterly cold air for the weekend and even colder air coming next week.