Today’s weather story from the National Weather Service:
Severe weather potential
Dry and mild conditions give way to rain and storms later today and tonight
(March 26, 2016) – A storm system across the Rockies will approach the area later today and tonight. Warm and moist air will lift northward across the region today ahead of this system, with highs expected to range from the lower to mid 60s across southwest lower Michigan and northwest Indiana, to the lower 70s across southeast portions of the area. The combination of the approaching storm system and increasingly unstable conditions will result in widespread rain showers and scattered thunderstorms by this evening. There is a slight risk of severe thunderstorms late this afternoon through this evening across the southeast half of the forecast area, especially along and south of the US Route 24 corridor. Rain will taper from west to east during the overnight hours with cooler conditions for Monday.