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Mild temperatures on Sunday may be bringing with it the threat of severe weather to northwest Indiana. Dr. Bart Wolf, Associate Professor of Meteorology at Valparaiso University, says he suspects shower and thunderstorm activity in most of northwest Indiana with high winds and no meaningful hail. As for the possibility of tornadoes associated with this storm, Dr. Wolf says he is not really worried about any tornado activity in our area, as the main threat from those are to the south and east of northwest Indiana.
According to the National Weather Service in Chicago, Sunday's forecast calls for temperatures in upper 60's with a 70-percent chance of rain and thunderstorms, and wind gusts as high as 30 miles per hour at times.
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