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  • 8 inches of overnight rain floods east-central Indiana
    Heavy rains that dumped more than half a foot of rain overnight triggered widespread flooding Friday in some central and northern Indiana counties.
  • 4- to 6-inch rains reported in area
    Heavy rains of 4 to more than 6 inches were reported in parts of northeast Indiana through Friday morning, the National Weather Service said.
  • Flood warning: Huntington, Wabash, Wells
    The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for parts of Huntington, Wabash and Wells counties until 11:45 a.m. Saturday, mainly in southern areas near the Salamonie and Mississinewa rivers.

Thunderstorms in forecast

Northwest Ohio is likely to get the worst of it as thunderstorms rumble into the region tonight and Wednesday, the National Weather Service said Tuesday.

Northeast Indiana and the Buckeye state's northwest corner have a slight chance of thunderstorms tonight, and the weather service said some of them might be severe.

The chance of rain Wednesday is 80 percent, the forecast said, with thunderstorms likely. Some of Wednesday's storms might become "severe," the weather service said, especially in the area of Ohio that includes Defiance, Paulding, Van Wert and Williams counties.

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