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  • Fort Wayne weather radio off air
    The NOAA weather radio broadcast from Fort Wayne has been off the air since Sunday evening, the National Weather Service says.
  • Minor damage from Sunday's storms
    Most of northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio received minor damage from fallen trees and wires down in Sunday afternoon's storms, the National Weather Service reported.
    Fort Wayne Climatological and precipitation information provided by the National Weather Service at 7 p.m. daily.

Severe storms possible Wednesday

Northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio are likely to get thunderstorms on Wednesday, some of them severe, the National Weather Service in northern Indiana says.

Although there might be some rain in the region tonight, the worst of the evening’s storms are expected to be farther west, the weather service said.

Tomorrow’s storms could bring damaging winds, large hail and isolated tornadoes, according to the forecast.

The weather service said the worst storms look as though they will be near and south of a line that roughly follows U.S. 24, but it is too soon to predict exactly where storms will be.

It said some areas could get 1 to 2 inches of rain an hour.

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