FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – After analyzing our current weather patterns and formulating what they mean for the months ahead, the Live Doppler 15 Fury Storm Team announces its official 2020-2021 Winter Outlook.
La Niña will be a big influence on local weather conditions across northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio during the winter season.
The WANE Winter Outlook calls for near average temperatures overall (including some much colder than average days and some significantly above average days, too) and an above average amount of precipitation. Whether the precipitation will fall as rain, snow, ice or a combo will depend on our temperatures when any individual storm tracks through.
Presented by WANE 15 Chief Meteorologist Nicholas Ferreri, the video outlook gives you the reasons behind the expected temperature and precipitation trends for the season ahead. While La Niña is a big contributing factor this year, by watching the video, you’ll learn it’s not the only one.