It was a hot and muggy day in Northeast Indiana. Temperatures reached into the 90s in Fort Wayne.
The evening is going to stay warm and humid. The clouds are going to gradually increase as the night goes on. This will keep our morning lows tomorrow warm in the upper 60s to low 70s.
A frontal boundary will bring a strong line of showers and storms Wednesday afternoon. The National Weather Service has put Northeast Indiana on a level 2 slight risk for severe weather.
First wave of storms should arrive early afternoon. This will be the best chance for severe weather. The main risks to keep an eye on are; damaging winds, hail, heavy rain, and lightning.
The second wave of storms should arrive later in the evening. It will just be a few pop-up storms that could provide plenty of lightning.
Rain chance should diminish early Thursday morning. After tomorrow the weather will stay relatively warm and dry.