Parts of northeast Indiana are under a slight risk for severe weather Wednesday.
The National Weather Service said high winds and hail are the biggest threats as a cold front advances southeastward from southern Michigan.
Heavy rainfall is possible, but the forward speed of the storms should limit the threat of flash flooding.
Several clusters or lines of thunderstorms are likely to move southeastward across the slight risk area into the afternoon, the NWS said.
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