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Storms head this way

FORT WAYNE – Showers and thunderstorms are headed toward northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio.

The National Weather Service in northern Indiana said the storms are expected mainly after 4 p.m., although there is likely to be some rain or an isolated storm beforehand.

Some of the storms could produce heavy rain.

The storms are forecast to continue through the early evening.

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