Sunday severe weather threat

Light rain/mist is possible through this evening, and temperatures will stay in the 40s. By Sunday morning, some scattered showers and a rumble of thunder here or there will be possible.

By the late morning hours, scattered thunderstorms will start moving in from the S/SW. Some of these storms during the early afternoon may be strong to severe, with a chance for strong wind, hail, heavy rain. The threat for severe weather increases during the afternoon and evening. A cold front will move through during the mid-afternoon, and along that front, a line of storms will develop and last through the evening hours. The strongest storms should mainly move out of Michiana by 9 PM. Threats with for the line of storms includes strong wind, heavy rain, hail, and even a possible tornado.

The area expecting the strongest storms will include Pulaski, Fulton, Kosciusko, Marshall, Starke counties. The rest of Michiana is likely to see strong to severe storms as well, but in less quantity. Michigan counties including Berrien, Cass and St. Joseph are under a marginal risk, meaning they may see a strong or severe storm, but it is less likely.


Tonight: Cloudy with scattered showers. Areas of fog developing. Low of 48, with temps warming into the 50s by morning.

Sunday: AM showers and fog, PM strong/severe storms. High of 61.

Monday: Partly to mostly cloudy, chance for a shower. Highs in the upper 40s.

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