At about 2 p.m., some thunderstorms came through Fort Wayne. They were not severe. At 2:50, the National Weather Service canceled the tornado watch for Allen County and other northeastern Indiana counties.
So, was that it? Are we out of the figurative woods for severe weather today? Not necessarily.
We’ll know more at 4 p.m. EDT when the SPC issues a new convective outlook. But the 2 p.m. storms arrived ahead of the main cold front and as of now, there’s still a chance of severe weather developing later this afternoon.
So for now, I’m remaining vigilant. If I have time, I’ll post again after the 4 p.m. convective outlook comes out.