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A front will stall over the region late in the week, which will result in a couple bouts of moderate to heavy rainfall from Thursday night through Saturday. Isolated thunderstorms are also possible. Significant rainfall totals of one inch to in excess of two inches are possible, which could cause sharp river and stream rises and lowland flooding. This includes the most impacted basins the past few weeks, the Rock, Pecatonica and Fox. Those living along rivers and streams should prepared for the possibility of renewed flooding. Stay tuned to the latest forecasts for updates.
Winds will quickly turn northeast and increase early this evening, with gusts to 35 mph expected along the Lake Michigan shoreline tonight. With the corresponding waves. minor lakeshore flooding is likely along the Illinois shoreline and portions of the Lake County Indiana shoreline into Monday morning.