FORT WAYNE, Ind, (WFFT) -- A spring day or just a fluke? Fort Wayne enjoyed temperatures over 60, as we still have a few weeks left of winter.
Seven-year-old Felix Drumford and his mom Meghan worked up a sweat climbing.
Across northeast Indiana, 93 new COVID-19 cases and no new deaths were reported to the Indiana State Department of Health Sunday.
The Drumfords and dozens of other families seized the taste-of-spring day at Promenade Park.
Warmer temperatures meant Felix didn’t have to wear his winter coat.
“God was like, be summer," Felix said.
Mom says they needed it.
“Just get out of the house a little bit and burn off some energy that we’ve been storing up for the winter,” she said.
And Felix has plenty of energy.
Climbing, sliding, running - the playground is his kingdom.
Jessica Sussex is here with all her children and nieces.
They’ve been antsy to get outside.
“Both of our kids love to watch TV but I don’t prefer them to watch TV so the more we can be outdoors, it's best,” Sussex said.
Her daughter Grace can’t wait for the summer.
“Mommy said maybe we can go camping and go to Mimi’s,” she said.
Nine-year-old Jordan Akins is here for one thing: to have fun.
“I’m super happy because the weather is nice and it’s my second time being here.”
Akins’ favorite ride is the spinning net.
He says his goal by the end of the day is to go on every single one.
Although families enjoyed warmer weather today, tomorrow they won’t be as lucky. Temperatures are expected to drop 20 degrees.