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Tony DiGregory takes a look before crossing Wayne Street to his office at Wells Fargo on Tuesday morning.

Severe thunderstorms in region

Severe thunderstorms struck several areas in northeast Indiana on Tuesday morning, but a severe thunderstorm watch issued earlier Tuesday has been canceled.

The National Weather Service in northern Indiana said northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio might see more scattered thunderstorms today with wind gusts to 50 mph, locally heavy rainfall and small hail.

The entire region is expected to see temperatures this afternoon climbing toward 100 degrees, and more thunderstorms are possible through Friday.

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