Yesterday's Weather for Fort Wayne, IN

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Current Alerts for Fort Wayne, IN: Flood Warning

How much rain or snow did Fort Wayne, IN get yesterday? The answer is below!

Yesterday's High was 72 °F

Yesterday's Low was 52 °F

Yesterday's Precipitation was 0.83 inches

Observations on May 26, 2017:
Time Temp Wind Conditions
12:54 AM EDT 55.9 °F 11.5 mph Partly Cloudy
1:54 AM EDT 55.0 °F 11.5 mph Partly Cloudy
2:54 AM EDT 54.0 °F 10.4 mph Partly Cloudy
3:54 AM EDT 53.1 °F 6.9 mph Scattered Clouds
4:54 AM EDT 52.0 °F 8.1 mph Scattered Clouds
5:02 AM EDT 53.1 °F 11.5 mph Mostly Cloudy
5:54 AM EDT 53.1 °F 9.2 mph Overcast
5:58 AM EDT 53.1 °F 6.9 mph Overcast
6:05 AM EDT 53.1 °F 8.1 mph Overcast
6:54 AM EDT 53.1 °F 9.2 mph Overcast
7:23 AM EDT 53.1 °F 8.1 mph Overcast
7:51 AM EDT 55.4 °F 6.9 mph Scattered Clouds
7:54 AM EDT 55.0 °F 4.6 mph Scattered Clouds
8:54 AM EDT 57.9 °F 4.6 mph Scattered Clouds
9:54 AM EDT 61.0 °F 6.9 mph Scattered Clouds
10:54 AM EDT 64.0 °F 5.8 mph Scattered Clouds
11:54 AM EDT 66.9 °F 11.5 mph Scattered Clouds
12:54 PM EDT 69.1 °F 5.8 mph Mostly Cloudy
1:54 PM EDT 70.0 °F 3.5 mph Mostly Cloudy
2:54 PM EDT 71.1 °F 3.5 mph Overcast
3:54 PM EDT 70.0 °F 5.8 mph Overcast
4:54 PM EDT 70.0 °F 6.9 mph Mostly Cloudy
5:54 PM EDT 72.0 °F 6.9 mph Mostly Cloudy
6:54 PM EDT 71.1 °F 4.6 mph Mostly Cloudy
7:54 PM EDT 69.1 °F 6.9 mph Overcast
8:24 PM EDT 66.9 °F 4.6 mph Light Thunderstorms and Rain
8:54 PM EDT 64.9 °F 8.1 mph Thunderstorms and Rain
9:10 PM EDT 64.9 °F 11.5 mph Light Rain
9:54 PM EDT 64.0 °F 9.2 mph Overcast
10:38 PM EDT 64.0 °F 13.8 mph Light Thunderstorms and Rain
10:54 PM EDT 64.0 °F 11.5 mph Light Thunderstorms and Rain
11:17 PM EDT 63.0 °F 5.8 mph Heavy Thunderstorms and Rain
11:22 PM EDT 62.1 °F 11.5 mph Heavy Thunderstorms and Rain
11:28 PM EDT 62.1 °F 11.5 mph Heavy Thunderstorms and Rain
11:47 PM EDT 62.1 °F 8.1 mph Light Thunderstorms and Rain
11:54 PM EDT 62.1 °F 11.5 mph Light Thunderstorms and Rain
 
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Weather Topic: What is Hail?

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Hail is a form of precipitation which is recognized by large solid balls or clumps of ice. Hail is created by thunderstorm clouds with strong updrafts of wind. As the hailstones remain in the updraft, ice is deposited onto them until their weight becomes heavy enough for them to fall to the earth's surface.

Hail storms can cause significant damage to crops, aircrafts, and man-made structures, despite the fact that the duration is usually less than ten minutes.

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Weather Topic: What is Rain?

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Precipitation in the form of water droplets is called rain. Rain generally has a tendency to fall with less intensity over a greater period of time, and when rainfall is more severe it is usually less sustained.

Rain is the most common form of precipitation and happens with greater frequency depending on the season and regional influences. Cities have been shown to have an observable effect on rainfall, due to an effect called the urban heat island. Compared to upwind, monthly rainfall between twenty and forty miles downwind of cities is 30% greater.

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