COLUMBIA CITY â€” A long-term weather forecast for the month of August returns an unusual word â€” normal.
Normal is something Northeast Indiana residents might have forgotten about in the past few weeks.
Wild temperature swings have taken the region from 100-degree heat indexes in the week of July 15 to temperatures not hitting 70 this week.
According to Lonnie Fisher, meteorologist at the National Weather Service in North Webster, August could be more typical.
â€śRight now, the 30-day outlook for August shows equal chances, with no signals that it will be above or below normal,â€ť he said.
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