Radar: East, Midwest Storms Trigger Life-Threatening Flooding

June 26, 2013; 9:03 PM ET
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Storms hammering the Midwest and the East Coast are resulting in significant flooding across portions of Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and Kentucky Wednesday.

The emergency manager in Independence, Iowa, referred to flooding as unprecedented and life-threatening Wednesday morning, following 6.10 inches of rain.

Moderate to major flight delays have been occurring at Chicago O'Hare International Airport and Midway Airport as a result of the drenching thunderstorms.

Louisville and Madisonville, Kentucky have been experiencing flash flooding as storms continue, according to law enforcement and an NWS employee.

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