Freeze potential lower for early Sunday morning

FORT WAYNE, Indiana (WANE) – We experienced the coldest temperature of the season so far early Saturday morning in Fort Wayne. We dropped to a low 32 degrees which resulted in a good amount of frost in the area. While this is technically known as a freeze because we hit the freeze mark, it was only for a very short time. As a result, we have received no news from the National Weather Service that the growing season has ended.

Thankfully Sunday morning will be a different story as temperatures are not expected to drop as much. This is because the wind is coming from the southwest and will be a little higher overnight. As a result, low temperatures will only drop until the mid-30s. Some clouds gathering towards dawn will also reduce the potential for frost and keep temperatures slightly warmer compared to Saturday morning.

Taking all these factors into account we are keeping patchy frosts in the forecast at dawn on Sunday as temperatures in the mid 30’s can still result in frost formation. However, due to lower confidence in frost, there is currently no frost evidence. To be on the safe side, you should still cover your delicate plants or bring them indoors tonight if you can. You can also water your plants to conserve heat and download our WANE 15 weather app to keep an eye out for alerts.


For more information on the Sunday forecast, visit our WANE 15 forecast page. Freeze potential lower for early Sunday morning

Dais Johnston

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