A wave of severe thunderstorms rolled through the area Tuesday and dropped substantial rain in some areas.
Lake Mills reported 3.48 inches of rain falling, while Forest City tallied 2.48.
In Mason City, 1.11 inches of rain fell, while Rochester received 0.85.
Storm chances will return for Wednesday night and will stay mostly south of I-90. North Iowa will look at storm chances returning after 10 p.m. and diminish around 2 a.m. More storm chances will return for Thursday afternoon and overnight. Flooding could become an issue for Thursday with the wet week we have seen so far.
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