Impressive EF2 tornado has been confirmed near South Bend from yesterday's storms with one report of wind damage in Marshall County, Indiana.
So far, one EF1 tornado has been confirmed in western Kentucky with more to come.
Widespread wind damage occurred parts of Indy metro & southward.
Here, we saw zero severe weather reports.
We do have a MARGINAL RISK of severe weather now to around 10 p.m. as scattered storms pass.
A couple dying showers & storms may make it in here tomorrow late to tomorrow night before collapsing.
There is a MARGINAL RISK for one of those storms to hang on just long enough for isolated severe weather.
Highs tomorrow will run 84-88 (heat indices 88-95) with highs Wednesday at 85-90 (heat indices 91-102).
Thursday & Friday look dry, hot & humid with highs 89-93 with heat indices 96-107.
Outflow boundary from former MCS that will track Minnesota to Michigan may spark a couple storm in our northern/northeastern counties Saturday. However, it will likely spark severe weather event (with its MCV) over Ontario & into New England.
Sunday looks dry.
Both days look hot & humid with 89-93 with heat indices 96-107.
Storms are possible Tuesday-Tuesday night. They look like multi-cells gelling into lines with only isolated severe risk.
The stronger westerlies for organized MCSs will remain north of the area.
These storms will occur as weak cold front passes through the viewing area.