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Heat advisory issued for region

FORT WAYNE -- The National Weather Service in northern Indiana has issued a heat advisotry for northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio for Sunday afternoon.

Record heat is expected this afternoon, with only a few clouds.

Temperatures in the middle 90s are forecast, and rising humidity is expected to make it feel as if it is in the high 90s.

Anyone going outside should take extra care to stay hydrated and avoid sunburn, the weather service said.

If you must be outside, wear lightweight clothing and take frequent breaks in the shade.

The weather service said there is a slight chance of thunderstorms Monday afternoon, but they are more likely Monday night. As of 2:30 p.m. Sunday, the weather service said it appeared that that the Warsaw area is likely to see the most severe weather.

Some areas might see high winds, torrential rainfall and damaging hail, the weather service said.

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