FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - It was another cold day on Saturday. The high temperature climbed up to 40°, which is still 10° from where we're supposed to be (average high temperature is 50°).
Overall, November to-date has been a cold month. Only two days have seen temperatures at or above normal; the rest have been below normal.
Going back in the history books, the 2019 November to-date (1st - 16) actually ranks as the 2nd coldest when you consider average temperature (high and low averaged).
The data goes back all the way to 1911.
We will have more colder than average temperatures on the way.
Details on our weather page wfft.com/weather
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