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Weather

  • WEATHER JOURNAL
    Fort Wayne Climatological and precipitation information provided by the National Weather Service at 7 p.m. daily.
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    Fort Wayne went without a 90-degree day in August for the second consecutive year, the first time that has happened since recordkeeping began in 1912, the National Weather Service said today.
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    Scattered thunderstorms are expected to develop late this afternoon and evening, primarily west of Interstate 69, the National Weather Service said today.
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Winter storm winding down

Not much left, over by dark, weather service says

Today's winter storm is winding down, with not more than an inch or two of additional snow left to fall anywhere in northeast Indiana or northwest Ohio, the National Weather Service said this afternoon.

On the Indiana side of the border, an inch or less more is expected between now and about 4 p.m., the weather service said.

In northwest Ohio, it said, an inch or two more is possible between now and 5 p.m. An area including Mercer County may see snow until 8 p.m.

Hazardous travel conditions will continue this afternoon, with winds of 20 to 30 mph, the weather service said.

It said residents should travel only in emergencies.

Snow totals are still being measured, but reports to the weather service have included 8.5 inches near New Haven, 8.2 inches near Wallen and 7.9 inches near Fort Wayne.

In the area, Nappanee reported 7.7 inches, and Defiance and Antwerp, Ohio, each had 7.5 inches.

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