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Thunderstorms head this way

Thunderstorms are possible later today in the northern third of Indiana and in northwest Ohio, the National Weather Service in northern Indiana says.

The storms are not forecast to be severe. Wind gusts up to 45 mph are possible, with locally heavy rainfall.

Most of the storms are not expected to hit before 4 p.m., but parts of Steuben and LaGrange counties are already getting deluges, according to the weather service.

More storms are possible Tuesday, some producing isolated wind gusts. It is too early to tell what areas will be worst hit, but the weather service said the potential for high-wind gusts is greatest east of Interstate 69.

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