Severe weather that moved through northern Indiana spawned a possible tornado in the South Bend area Sunday night. The storm has been reported to have damaged buildings and knocked down trees and power lines.
The National Weather Service received reports of a possible tornado as part of storms Sunday night, but it did not immediately confirm a tornado.
No injuries have been reported, but the storms did leave hundreds of people in the area without power.
Across the tri-state region, rain did make yet another appearance overnight and for the rest of today, there is still a slight risk for severe weather across the region but conditions look to be more stable for the rest of the week with temperatures climbing into the mid 80 degree range by the middle of the week.
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