Frigid Fort Wayne: coldest first 17 days of November on record

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO): If you think it’s been colder than usual, you’re right.

The National Weather Service says Fort Wayne has had the coldest first 17 days of November in the state, with an average temperature of just under 34 degrees.

ABC 21 Meteorologist Nick Marusiak explains:

“Go back to last week, where we had some days that didn’t get out of the 20s. Put a few of those together, and we start talking about temperatures that break records.”

The first 17 days of November in Fort Wayne have been the coldest since record-keeping began back in 1897.

1 COMMENT

  1. Climate Change!! These 17 days of cold & snow has never happened here before, ever! We need to reduce our carbon footprint!! I frantically made a trip to the grocery store to ensure my survival during this record breaking/climate changing weather. Of course, my grocery store purchases didn’t include Beef because we must reduce cow farts!! I’m doing my part.

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