Dry, No Snow and Severe StormsNovember 30th, 2012 at 5:24 pm by Jonathan Conder under Weather
Now that December is just about here and I am not expecting rain tonight, this November will go in the book officially as the 2nd driest November in Fort Wayne history. Click here to link to the NWS story.
I also thought this was interesting: Today is the 270th day in a row without snow in South Bend. In another 2 days, South Bend will tie the old record and on Monday, they will break it. Complete story is here.
Even though we are far removed from the severe weather season right now, check out the latest blog post from the Tornado Titans. This is a group of storm chasers that are phenomenal photographers, yet very modest. If you play the first video, you can see how the severe weather season migrates across the United States, peaking in Oklahoma in May.
Want see the 2012 Atlantic Hurricane Season in less than 5 minutes? just click here.