Caleb Saylor

Caleb Saylor joined FOX 55 as a weekend meteorologist and multi-media journalist in May 2017.

Title: Weekend Meteorologist and Multi-Media Journalist
csaylor@wfft.com

Caleb Saylor joined FOX 55 as a weekend meteorologist and multi-media journalist in May 2017.

Caleb was born and raised in New Haven, Indiana, where he grew up with a healthy curiosity about the weather.

He graduated from New Haven High School and then graduated from Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne with a degree in Mathematics Teaching.

For a brief period, Caleb taught math at Concordia Lutheran High School.
He then moved to England and taught math at the John Wallis Church of England Academy.

Caleb returned to the United States and decided to pursue his childhood curiosity about the weather.

He enrolled in the Applied Atmospheric Science Master’s program at Ball State University.

He was a member of the student media organizations and conducted research on interactions between land type and the heat stress on humans.

Caleb enjoys playing soccer and likes being out with friends and family enjoying Fort Wayne.

If you have a story idea for Caleb, e-mail him at csaylor@wfft.com.

Recent Posts by Caleb Saylor

South side Fort Wayne restaurant reopens 7 months after pandemic shut them down

A number of Fort Wayne restaurants were forced to make tough decisions to get through the COVID-19 pandemic, some deciding to close their doors. Two Fort Wayne favorites are open once again, the 07 Pub opened up on Wednesday and on Friday, Bravas welcomed back customers.

National Weather Service to eliminate advisories following survey data, public confusion

The National Weather Service office has made a final judgment on a survey they released in June 2020 asking 'Should Advisories Go Away?' After compiling the survey response, the data shows the phrase "advisory" was confusing and needs to be dropped.

'Home Rule' becoming issue between local and state leaders across Indiana

While it's not a new issue, several bills making their way through the state house and senate have local leaders concerned that some of their decision making power is being taken away by state leaders.

Weather Blog, Cooler temps, but clearer skies on Monday

Northeast Indiana and Northwest Ohio were a bit spoiled on Sunday as temperatures climbed above 60 degrees. Which is actually about six weeks ahead of normal! However, it's back to reality for the start of the work week.

Community remembers Hobson Road shooting victims with candlelight vigil and prayer

A candle light vigil was held there for the three victims of the Hobson Road gas station shooting last week that left two men dead and one hospitalized.

Fort Wayne plans to add 27 new electric vehicle charging stations

City of Fort Wayne hopes to install 27 new electric vehicle charging stations at 10 locations throughout the city. City officials cite the need for more charging stations because the demand for EV's is expected to grow as more people make the switch.

Fort Wayne PD asks City Council to approve funding for 220 more body cameras

At Tuesday night's City Council meeting, an ordinance to approve the money for the Fort Wayne Police Department to purchase additional body cameras was introduced. The current city budget for 2021 for purchasing 100 body cameras sits at $316,560 and the City administration are asking City Council to approve an additional $599,415 dollars to purchase 220 cameras.

20 South Side alum received generous scholarships from one of their own

Twenty former South Side High School students who are now at Ivy Tech in Fort Wayne and Warsaw will graduate with almost nothing to repay thanks to a new scholarship funded by one of their own.

Weather Blog: Rain/Snow ends on Monday morning

Slick spots are possible on Monday morning as rain/snow refreezes on some roads. So, use caution as you hit the roads this morning. After Monday morning, conditions will be calm for much of the week.

Street department making quick progress on Fort Wayne roads

Working since Monday afternoon, the Fort Wayne Street Department was able to make pretty quick work of the main arteries throughout the city. The task to clear the rest of the 1,200 miles of roads began Tuesday afternoon as crews made their way into residential areas.

Indiana Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Cases: 666516

Reported Deaths: 12726
CountyCasesDeaths
Marion912711659
Lake48687890
Allen36102644
Hamilton32445398
St. Joseph30306514
Elkhart25510420
Vanderburgh21326382
Tippecanoe20220205
Johnson16466363
Porter16068281
Hendricks15944302
Clark12060182
Madison11799323
Vigo11685234
Monroe10419164
Delaware9891179
LaPorte9831199
Howard9112201
Kosciusko8597111
Bartholomew7522147
Hancock7462134
Warrick7451153
Floyd7263173
Wayne6661192
Grant6462158
Boone616691
Morgan6129128
Dubois5936112
Dearborn551270
Cass5485100
Marshall5451105
Henry542995
Noble513178
Jackson465567
Shelby463391
Lawrence4195113
Gibson405185
Harrison403265
Clinton397553
Montgomery391684
DeKalb387478
Miami358263
Knox357885
Whitley351238
Huntington349477
Steuben340055
Putnam333960
Wabash333176
Ripley327962
Adams325449
Jasper319143
White298152
Jefferson296274
Daviess285996
Fayette272756
Decatur271688
Greene262680
Posey261432
Wells259075
Scott251850
LaGrange242470
Clay241644
Randolph226077
Spencer219430
Jennings216744
Washington213027
Sullivan203739
Fountain202842
Starke189951
Owen183654
Fulton179737
Jay178728
Carroll176919
Perry174036
Orange171451
Rush165622
Vermillion161543
Franklin159935
Tipton149541
Parke140216
Pike128533
Blackford120627
Pulaski107644
Newton96832
Brown95340
Benton92413
Crawford92213
Martin80314
Warren75914
Switzerland7558
Union67510
Ohio54211
Unassigned0427

Ohio Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Cases: 977736

Reported Deaths: 17501
CountyCasesDeaths
Franklin1129551251
Cuyahoga968561881
Hamilton738821067
Montgomery47506923
Summit40668831
Butler35827531
Lucas35779720
Stark29581826
Warren22574275
Lorain22190424
Mahoning19578551
Lake18545332
Clermont18519205
Delaware16597121
Licking15089194
Fairfield14644188
Trumbull14423424
Greene13659221
Medina13517237
Clark12376256
Wood11656170
Portage11127172
Allen10820216
Richland10372188
Miami10059194
Muskingum8238117
Columbiana8168210
Pickaway8094111
Tuscarawas8075232
Marion8020127
Wayne7933199
Erie6961146
Ross6173132
Geauga6114142
Hancock6030121
Scioto600488
Ashtabula5998154
Lawrence527586
Union516341
Darke5052116
Belmont4999137
Huron4859108
Jefferson4836137
Sandusky4798112
Washington474396
Seneca4734111
Athens466149
Mercer459781
Auglaize456582
Shelby442679
Knox4054105
Putnam400593
Madison395455
Fulton383161
Ashland382683
Brown374852
Defiance373788
Crawford360098
Logan357373
Preble353987
Clinton342455
Highland328451
Ottawa325371
Williams303568
Jackson291846
Champaign290949
Guernsey288845
Perry271148
Fayette269943
Morrow261437
Henry247861
Hardin247359
Holmes244497
Coshocton240756
Van Wert230157
Gallia223938
Adams218239
Pike217228
Wyandot212450
Hocking195054
Carroll182143
Paulding161034
Meigs136031
Noble129233
Monroe117237
Morgan102120
Harrison100731
Vinton76613
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