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‘Torrential rain’ and storms move toward Illinois and Indiana – NBC Chicago

Storms and showers were back in the forecast Tuesday, according to the NBC 5 Storm Team.

Showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop Tuesday afternoon and evening in parts south of I-80, according to NBC 5 meteorologist Iisha Scott. Scott added that while downpours won’t be as widespread, flooding in some areas could be possible.

Additionally, isolated thunderstorms could develop, the National Weather Service said.

“The slow-moving nature of the storms could lead to locally heavy rainfall and localized flooding,” the NWS added, noting that some of the rainfall could be “torrential.” The storms could also cause lightning, the NWS said.

Showers and storms developing in the afternoon appear to be heading south and west, as well as northwest Indiana, according to forecast models.

Use the radar below to check the forecast near you as showers and storms arrive.

NBC Chicago

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