Hundreds of flights canceled due to weather; Storms leave damage, flooding

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Another round of rains and storms blew through the Chicago area Tuesday evening prompting flight cancellations and warnings.

LaSalle and Grundy counties saw the strongest winds and rains. A storm moved through with heavy winds and rains causing minor flooding. The storm also caused damage to trees and corn crops.

Over 700 flights have been cancelled at O'Hare International Airport.


A Flood Advisory has been issued until Thursday afternoon for the Des Plaines River in Cook, Kane, Kendall, Lee, Ogle and Will counties. There is also a Flood Warning for the Fox River in Kane, Lake and McHenry counties.

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