Here’s an update from a NWS Northern Indiana meteorologist, as of 9:54 p.m. EDT. Regarding the line of storms currently moving through north central Indiana, the best severe threat looks to remain along and north of the U.S. 6 corridor. However, meteorologists are keeping an eye on a second line of storms moving through northern Illinois. There is a currently a severe threat with that line, and they expect it to sustain into the area covered by the Northern Indiana NWS office. The best severe threat with the second line will exist in areas west of Interstate 69. There is also a localized flooding threat with this second line.