Strong/severe storms today
Due to the thick morning fog, a dense fog advisory has been issued for all counties in Michiana until 10 AM EST. A Flash Flood Watch is also out for Kosciusko Co. thru tonight due to the heavy rain expected.
Scattered showers will likely move in this morning as the fog slowly fades away. As we move closer to noon, that’s when the thunderstorms should start to fire up, especially around the Hwy 30 corridor. Heavy rain, flash flooding, and hail are possible with these storms as they continue to bubble up throughout the afternoon. Areas along the toll road can expect some scattered strong/severe storms, but the Michigan counties could only see a few. Also, an isolated tornado still can’t be ruled out, especially in stronger, individual storms farther south.
The main threat should still shift to damaging winds as the cold front approaches and storms fill in during the late afternoon and evening. By the time we get to midnight, the severe risk should drop dramatically as any remaining showers and storms should exit by 2 am. The work week continues to look calm and dry as well.
Today: AM showers and fog, PM strong/severe storms. High of 59.
Tonight: Showers and storms exiting, then clearing later. Low of 41.
Monday: Mostly to partly sunny. High of 48.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy. Highs in the mid 40s.