Tracking Saturday night storms

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TOLEDO, Ohio (13abc First Warning Weather) - First up, we want you to know there are no changes in the timing or impacts for Saturday's overnight storms. And yes, Wolverine and Sparty fans: it will rain in the Big House towards the end of the game.

A Wind Advisory is posted for strong and gusty winds in Monroe and Lenawee Counties through Sunday morning.

Regular (but very windy) showers are the leading edge of rain tonight, but they are not the "main event." They'll actually rob some energy from the back line.

Here's your timeline tonight for the 'squall line':
9:00-9:10 p.m.: storms arrive at the Ohio/Indiana border. Expect wind gusts to 45 mph, maybe an isolated severe gust. There's not much lightning yet.

10:20-11:00 p.m.: Storms get to the I-75 line and start hitting Toledo. Again, watch for reduced visibility from downpours and gusts 40-50mpn.

1:00 a.m. Sunday: The rain is gone, east of Sandusky and Norwalk.