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Thunderstorms likely tonight

Northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio are expected to have isolated thunderstorms Tuesday evening, the National Weather Service in northern Indiana says.

Some of the storms could contain damaging wind gusts, the weather service said. Large hail is possible.

The weather service said the greatest risk for severe storms will be north of the region. An earlier forecast had the most severe weather going through Fort Wayne and Huntington.

More storms are forecast for Wednesday. Those storms are most likely to be most severe along a line that runs roughly along and north of U.S. 24, the weather service said.

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