Mostly quiet today before severe threat tomorrow

NOW: Mostly quiet today before severe threat tomorrow

Some may see a few showers pass through this morning, but most of today is dry. Temperatures are starting in the upper 40's and will continue to climb throughout the day and into this evening. Scattered thunderstorms move into Michiana tonight, but the main focus in on tomorrow when we'll be seeing a severe storm threat. The first time to watch will be early tomorrow morning as storms that develop to our west overnight move into the region. We could see a few strong to severe isolated cells, but it looks like most of these will be further to our north. The second and likely more important window to watch will be in the early afternoon. During this time frame, storms will develop over Michiana, so the largest impacts will be expected further east. Magnitude and location of impacts will largely depend on how quickly storms strengthen after they develop during Wednesday afternoon. Wind looks to be the largest impact, but no severe hazards can be ruled out. The end of the week will be the complete opposite of how we've started, sunshine returns that will last through Easter weekend.

Today: Few AM showers. High 64.
Tonight: Scattered thunderstorms. Low 62.
Wednesday: Thunderstorms. Windy. High 70.
Thursday: Sunny. High 51.

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