Severe weather reports for Wednesday afternoon across northeast Illinois/northwest Indiana

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Marseilles, IL. early evening.

12:52PM CDT…Quarter-sized hail in Belvidere

1:03PM CDT…Half-dollar-sized hail on the north side of Belvidere

1:45PM CDT…Multiple trees down in the Woodstock and Wonder Lake areas

2:03PM CDT…Dime and penny-sized hail in the Woodstock area

2:49PM CDT…Pea-sized hail in the Wauconda area

2:54PM CDT…Power lines down in Fox Lake

2:58PM CDT…Pea-sized hail in Vernon Hills

3PM CDT…Trees and power lines down in Island Lake (Lake CO), Illinois

3:07PM CDT…Quarter-size hail 5 miles north of Buffalo Grove

3:20PM CDT…Trees down on power lines in Waucaonda

3:27PM CDT…Wind gusts 55-70 mph 6 miles northwest of Pleasant Ridge (Jasper CO), Indiana

4:30PM CDT…Many limbs down in north Chicago

4:50PM CDT…Two to 2 1/2-feet of standing water in Crystal Lake

4:53PM CDT…Thunderstorm wind gusts to 72 miles per hour and nickel-sized hail 3 miles southwest of Sandwich

4:55PM CDT…Heavy rain produced 1.94 inches in an hour 45 minutes 4 miles southwest of beach park (Lake CO IL)

4:55PM CDT…Multiple trees down on homes 3 miles southwest of Sandwich

5:03PM CDT…Pea-sized hail in South Beloit

5:09PPM CDT…trampoline thrown over garage, two fences destroyed 2 W of  Sandwich

5:13PM CDT…51 mph wind gust in Plainfield

5:17PM CDT…1.37-inch rain (0.74 in 20 minutes) along with penny-size hail in Cherry Valley (Winnebago Co)

5:50PM CDT…1.02 inches of rain in 40 minutes in St. Charles

5:53PM CDT…1.70-inches of rain so far in Cherry Valley

6:19PM CDT…50-60 mph winds in Wheatfield (Jasper CO, IN)

Late reports…

4:39PM CDT…Strong winds near Seneca, IL tipped over a semi-trailer

3:30pm CDT…62 mph winds in DeMotte, IN (Jasper CO)

Heavy 3 to 5-inch rainfall totals causing flooding across portions of Iroquois Co, IL and portions Benton, Newton and Jasper Counties, IN

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