Northern Indiana Weather Alert: Severe Storms Forecast with Potential Flooding

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Fort Wayne, IN – Residents across Northern Indiana should brace for a shift in weather conditions as a warm front moves north, bringing another round of potentially severe storms. According to the National Weather Service, the region faces a marginal to slight risk of severe weather today and tonight. Temperatures today are expected to reach highs between 79 to 84 degrees with increasing cloud coverage.

Tonight, the forecast predicts a drop in temperatures ranging from 49 to 59 degrees, with early storms that could be marginally severe. These storms are expected to bring damaging winds, large hail, and heavy rainfall, potentially causing localized flooding. Thursday will see continued storm activity with rainfall estimates ranging from 0.50 to 1.10 inches and cooler temperatures, peaking at 54 to 64 degrees.

Residents are advised to stay informed through local weather updates and take necessary precautions to safeguard against the primary hazards of damaging winds, hail, and flooding.

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