Tracking storms Wednesday afternoon

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Heavy, consistent rain has been a problem to our west.  From Chicago to St. Louis, heavy downpours have not let up and there have been reports of 3+ inches of rain just from this system.  With more rain falling this morning, flooding will continue to be a large concern in those areas.

Doppler estimates show just how large of an area the heavy rain has covered.

There's a huge spread on temperatures this morning.  Kokomo is down in the 50s to where you'll want a sweater this morning, but Bloomington is at a comfortable and humid 73.  Highs today will widespread be in the 70s.

Storms will develop Wednesday afternoon and could produce heavy rain at times, some gusty winds and hail.

Storms could develop as early as 3 p.m. but will be mainly after 4 p.m.

Another round of storms will move through Thursday afternoon.

Through this period, we could pick up another solid inch of rain, especially northwest of the city.

We'll finally dry out on Friday with comfortable temperatures in the 60s.

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