FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — We kept our well-above average high temperatures around to start the new year.
The warmest high temperature we saw during the month was 59 degrees on January 11.
We saw a high temperature of 56 degrees the day before.
Only four days during the month had a high temperature below 32 degrees.
The average temperature during the month was 32.7 degrees.
That’s 7.8 degrees higher than normal.
January 2020 was the 11th warmest January on record.
We saw 4.07 inches of precipitation, both rain and snow, during the month.
That’s over an inch and a half above normal.
It ranks as the 17th wettest January.
We didn’t see much snow during the month.
Only 2.6 inches of snow fell during the month.
That’s 7.5 inches below normal for January.
For the season, we’ve only seen 13.5 inches of snowfall.
Typically, by the beginning of February, we should see 20.7 inches of snow.
We only had 6 days during the month that didn’t see any precipitation.
3 of those days happened at the beginning of the month.
If you want to look more at the January climate summary, you can here.
If you want more forecast information, head over to our weather page.