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.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Data is updated nightly.
Data is updated nightly.